When it comes to matters relating to children, such as custody, access and assistance, a court must approve any agreement that uses a standard for the “best interests of the child”. As a general rule, if both parents reach an agreement on these issues, a court will be prepared to include the agreement in official legal documents. However, a court may require an adaptation of the agreement when it finds that the agreement is not in the best interests of the children concerned. G. Discussion of the case. None of the parents can discuss the matter with the children or allow a third party to do so, except in the presence of a therapist. D. BOTH PARENTS have as much additional parental leave with the children as the parents can agree. Even with an agreement, parents may have disagreements about how to raise their child. However, a written agreement gives each parent recourse if the other violates the agreement. Here are some frequent violations of this agreement: H.
The custodial parent must, as far as possible, inform the non-guardian parent if the children are ill and unable to participate in the scheduled time with the other parent. A medical apology is needed. Summarize the current situation with respect to custody and care. Vacation time. During the summer months, the father has unlimited access to the children for two (2) weeks for the holidays, provided that the father works in good faith with the mother and makes the best reasonable efforts to complete these mother-friendly holidays. D. Every parent has access to children`s school, medical and dental records and has the right to consult professionals who provide services to children. 1) Father has minor children at any other time. An educational plan allows parents to describe in detail who can make decisions about the child, how much time each party will spend with them and whether a party receives family allowances, as well as any other agreements they can make. The father does not have access to children on one day of the week and only has access to children every other weekend (including 3 weekend days per school program). The only exception to the above is: E. No exposure to passive smoke.
Children are not exposed to second-hand smoke, including cigarettes, marijuana, water pipes or steam. Children are not exposed to any form of passive smoke while at home or in a parent`s car. H. In the exercise of shared custody, the parties will share responsibility and discuss in good faith issues relating to health education and the well-being of children. When making a decision, the parties must discuss and give their consent: C. Every parent has the right to take all necessary measures to protect the health and well-being of children, including, but not limited to, the approval of surgical emergency procedures or treatments.. . . .