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November 14, 2012 permalink
Here is advice that ought to be unnecessary, but is essential in a world of lawless social workers. Within minutes of Vern Beck posting it, two mothers concurred with personal experiences.
Just a reminder to everyone that when you come out of court and an order is given by the judge, the first thing that people should do before leaving the court house is to get a copy of the judge's handwritten endorsement.
Within the last few days has been a report of court endorsements being mysteriously removed from the court record when the judge's endorsement supports the position of the parents and not the CAS. Removal of official documents from court files has been reported as being a problem for many years. So never leave the courthouse without the handwritten endorsement in hand.
Source: Facebook, Canada Court Watch