I expressed that view in so many words to the parties at the outset of the hearing. I was mindful of the concern expressed in Dougherty v. Humbel: But whether or not the court is being asked to step into the role of a parent, the fundamental problem is one acknowledged by counsel for the plaintiff during argument. The court is being asked to make a far reaching decision based on limited information. (2000 BCSC 1673 at para. 13)
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