You and your co-parent are trying to put in place a child care system that works for your child without including the family court? F. No physical punishment. Each parent is invited and prevented from inflicting corporal (physical) punishment of any kind or allowing third parties to do so. C. Any parent is authorized to take all necessary measures to protect the health and well-being of children, including, but not only consent to emergency surgical procedures or treatment. F. Notification of the parent`s current address. Each parent must advise the other at all times on their current home address, telephone numbers (housing and work), children`s school, and where children spend a longer period of limestone of four days or more. H. In the exercise of shared custody, the parties will share responsibilities and consider issues related to child health and well-being education in good faith. In decision-making, the parties must discuss and agree on the following issues: A. Holidays/special days/school holidays are agreed by mutual agreement between the parents.

Before sending a letter to the court, the parent must keep documents or evidence of refusal of visitation. This may include emails and text messages that refuse to visit parents. They may even be required to record conversations that deny them the visit. B. No negative comments. Neither parents will make negative comments about past or present relationships, the family or friends of the other parent, or past or present relationships that give family or friends to listen to children or allow others. A child visit letter allows you to inform the other parent about what, how and when of a child visit. A children`s visit letter not only describes the time and place of the children`s collection and return, but also allows you to describe the specific activities related to the visit that the other parent should know about. With this document, you can help protect your relationship with your children so that the time you spend with them is fun and happy; A children`s visiting letter describes the activities so the other parent knows what to expect, so you can focus on what`s really important: your children.

Other names for this document: Child Visitation Agreement Letter A. Parents are responsible for decisions about children`s health, education and well-being. B. Special daily contacts are given priority for both parents during normal periods and holiday visits.