CHILD ISSUES AND PARENTING
DOCUMENTING A PARENTING AGREEMENT

 

Documenting a Parenting Agreement -v- Not Documenting a Parenting Agreement

 

If you do not document your Parenting Agreement in a Court Order then:-

  • you will not be able to enforce your Parenting Agreement; and
  • it will not be legally binding. 

You need to document the parenting arrangements you've agreed on in a way that will be legally binding and enforceable if you want:

  • peace of mind regarding the parenting arrangements you have agreed on;
  • to try to avoid a situation where your partner may try to change things later. 

There are risks associated with not documenting your Parenting Agreement in a Court Order. 

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