Post-Separation Visitation Disputes: Differential Interventions

BACKGROUND PAPER

(2001-FCY-6)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Endeavours such as this take many people and a whole lot of support and dedication. The Office of the Children's Lawyer is particularly grateful to the social workers who participated in this research project and all those who supported and offered their thoughtful suggestions throughout the process. Thanks also go to the staff of the Toronto Family Court Clinic (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) who participated in the early development of this project. Special thanks go to Raj Maharaj, research assistant.

Many more thanks go to the children and families of Ontario who willingly engaged in this journey to help us understand how to improve our services and facilitate resolution for children before the court in a timely manner.

Finally, this research project could not have been carried out without the financial assistance of Department of Justice Canada.

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