Canada Family Law
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Hello, thank you for the question.
Can you clarify for me what province the mother is, and what province the children are in? Are they children still with the "mother in law"
Wait, so the mother and the kids are in NS? All three kids are with their paternal "grandmother"?
What's your connection to all of this?
That's good of you to want to help, and I can tell that you want the best for this family. I'll need more information, but your kind of an outsider to the situation so maybe you can't tell me what I need to know.
Let's start at the beginning. Let's call her Grandma. I assume that there's a court order out of NS family court that gives Grandma custody?
If you want to get the mother over so we can talk together that would help. Or you could give the mother your account details and she could pick up this thread, but she could also start other question threads which the site will then bill to you of course.
Let me know what you decide to do.
I don't know if you paid a deposit or signed up for a subscription, either is fine.
Don't reply to until you know more or the site will bug me that you're waiting for a reply here.
Let me know when you know more, and we'll continue.
I am not able to speak to you on the telephone. I know the site offers this service but the site is based in the US. In Canada the rules of my law society prohibit me from speaking on the telephone to you.
Should we proceed by posting over the site?