Canadian Court Holds Mother in Contempt for Alienating Children from Father and Reinforces Message with $35,000 Fine

Canadian Mother allegedly alienates Children from Father, her ex-husband.

Ontario Superior Court then enters a “series” of orders intended to repair the relationship between Father and Children.

Mother does not comply with Court’s orders.

Court holds Mother in contempt and concludes that Mother’s conduct constitutes “emotional abuse” of Children.

The Court modifies custody of Children so that Father has sole custody of Children … and Mother is prohibited from having any contact with Children.

Court orders intensive therapy for Children to combat parental alienation syndrome.

Court imposes fine on Mother of $35,000.

Father’s attorney commends the punishment as clarifying that court orders must be “taken seriously” or violators will suffer the consequences of their actions.

Read more in this Guelph [Ontario, Canada] Mercury article: Toronto mother, 42, fined more than $35,000 in messy domestic dispute.