Raising children is not an easy task, especially when parents are divorced or separated. In many instances where there is a breakdown in a relationship, there will be children (under the age of 18) of that relationship for which parenting arrangements need to be made between the separating parties to ensure that the children’s best interests are always being accounted for.
We have experience in providing legal services in parenting agreements and can provide you with the best possible advice for reaching a solution with your former partner/spouse about the most suitable arrangements for your children upon the breakdown of the relationship. If you and your former partner are able to reach an agreement amicably and in good faith, as well as uphold the terms of that agreement, there will be no need for any Court involvement.
The parenting agreement must take into account many important arrangements for the children’s upbringing and wellbeing, including what days and times each parent will spend with the children, how the parties should communicate if a medical emergency arises involving the children, and when each parent should make payments for the child’s wellbeing when necessary.