Monday, February 22, 2010

For Love and For Justice / Part 118 / Zabeth and Paul Bayne

Court resumes TODAY, Monday February 22 at 9:30 am. at the Chilliwack Law Courts.
Chilliwack Law Courts
46085 Yale Road
Chilliwack, BC
V2P 2L8
Map Locating the Chilliwack Law Courts

The pre-trial hearing of the case contesting the Ministry of Children & Family Development and Paul & Zabeth Bayne for the permanent custody of their three children happened on December 8, 2009. The hearing, a trial really, began January 13-15, and then proceeded on February 2-5, 8-9, 11-12, and now resumes February 22-23 & 25-26 and may possibly proceed into March. It is an exhausting series for Paul and Zabeth and their lawyer Doug Christie. Mr. Christie resides in Victoria but during trial days, he stays in Chilliwack. Judge Crabtree presides.

One aspect of the disparity that is frequently true in cases like this is the funding that is available to MCFD and the customary paucity of funds of the challenging parents. Two and one half years of struggle, job interruptions, and legal costs have consumed almost everything the Baynes have, including their investment in a home.

Good friends and supporters have assisted the Baynes legal fund in recent months. A registered trust fund was established early in this new year. Donations will be accepted by deposit to this trust account at any branch of TD Canada Trust.
TD Canada Trust [bank # 004]
Continental Centre Branch [branch # 9713]
Account Number [6415554]
Cheque should be made payable to: "Charter Lau, Kenny Chiu, Marvin Hunt In Trust For Paul and Zabeth Bayne" ; OR "Lau, Chiu, Hunt ITF Bayne"

1 comment:

  1. We will continue to praise our mighty heavenly Father for victory in this case. In the strong name of Jesus we ask for open heavens of abundance to be released into the natural of the Bayne's finances. Restoration! Amen! And thank you once again Ron for your faithful sharing that those of us who are unable to particpate physically may have a fair sense of the situation as it is happening. Your efforts are much appreciated.


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