Szakacs v. Clarke, 2014 ONSC 7487:
 In the eyes of friends, family, school officials and the community in general, an access parent is viewed as inferior to a custodial parent. It is never in the best interests of a child to have one of his or her parents considered as inferior to the other. Therefore, I begin with the presumption that joint custody is in the best interests of the child of these parties and then I look for evidence to the contrary, such as disqualifying conduct by, or characteristics of, Mr. Clarke. Here, there is no such contrary evidence.