Once you`ve decided how to share your child`s time, you can use Custody X Change to create a visit plan for the kids. You can print, export or sync your visit schedule so you don`t have to deal with counting days. Whatever your decision to share responsibility, Custody X Change allows you to add the provisions to your custody contract. (11) NOTIFICATION OF THE CHILD`S WHEREABOUTS; NOTE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Neither parent can hide the child`s location and each parent will inform the other appropriately at all times of the residence address and phone numbers in which the child will stay while staying with the other parent. Parents agree that, when exercising this childcare and education program, they may not reside more than X minutes away. Parents should design their calendars in such a way that both parents can spend time with the child on special occasions in the child`s life, including, but not not, school and social events. Both parents have the right to participate in such special events, regardless of the current educational plan on that day. It is clearly understood by both parents that neither parent should do anything to alienate the child`s affection or color the child`s attitude toward the other. On the contrary, both parents must work together in all respects to help children better adapt to the circumstances that exist and may exist in the future. Both parents behave in the manner most favorable to the well-being, well-being and happiness of the child, and neither party shall do anything that harms the morals, health and well-being of the child. It is important for parents to include the necessary custody arrangements in their childcare contract or educational plan.
Child custody rules (also known as provisions) contain rules and principles that parents must follow when raising their children. 2. ATTENTION AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE PARENTAL RELATIONSHIP: each parent shall, in his or her best faith, endeavour at all times to promote and promote the widest possible relationships, love and affection between the minor child and the other parent. Neither parent may impede, impede or disrupt the exercise of the other parent`s right to have a parent-child relationship with the minor child. None of the parents will encourage or teach the child to use parental names (such as « mother, mom, mom », or « father, dad, dad ») to refer to new partners. F. No corporal punishment. Each parent is invited and prevented from imposing physical (physical) punishments of any kind on children or from allowing third parties to do so.. . .