Custody and access assessments, under the Children’s Law Reform Act (Section 30), involve a neutral and independent assessment of families following separation and divorce. Recommendations from the assessment are designed to assist parents, lawyers, and the Court in deciding on the custody and access arrangements or shared parenting plan that will be in the best interests of the children. Most custody and access assessments are ordered by the Court, but parents can request assessments directly from the Clinic (if all parties consent).
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