Children’s habitual residence: Balev v. Baggott, 2016 ONSC 55

In April 2013, the parties separated and agreed that the Appellant mother would take the children to Ontario where the children would attend school. The Respondent father executed a consent letter whereby the children would have to return to Germany by August 15, 2014. The Respondent’s letter further granted the Appellant “temporary” physical custody of the children until that date. The children and the Applicant traveled to Ontario on April 19, 2013.
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