When custody disputes turn into all-out wars, it’s often kids that are caught in the crossfire. Fotolia
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It’s 2014 and Penny has spent the last two years in the “crossfire” of her parents’ “Cold War” of a divorce; “the worst kind of custody dispute,” according to a January ruling from Ontario Superior Court Justice Alex Pazaratz. After a 36-day trial — a length more common for a criminal hearing than a custody dispute — they’ve spent half a million dollars on lawyers.