Finally, there should be a clause outlining how parents can, if necessary, change custody of the child. There are two types of retention. They may be designated in some states with somewhat different terms. I would like to add that a third party can be appointed by both parents for the exchange. I knew it would be a problem for me to pick up SK. I would also like to talk very concretely about where there will be an exchange. You also want to include how long the other parent will wait before the visit falls late if the receiving parent arrives too late. A section on medical decisions and information sharing should include how to resolve conflicts when parents disagree on diagnosis or treatment. Some parents who choose a “Tie Breaker” medical opinion, z.B. the parent who disagrees may consult a second doctor of their choice. If the opinion of this tradesman goes from the first, a third professional can be consulted. (I hear most often that it is a problem in children who have ADHD and that one parent wants to meditate and the other does not). My husband sends a summary of all medical visits to BM so that both parents have this information.
Unfortunately, this is not answered. He would have included it in the parents` plan for continuity of care. In addition, both parents should be informed of parent teacher meetings whenever the school may be in contact with the other parent, etc. If the parents have shared custody, you should indicate who is responsible for the different types of decisions. In my husband`s first custody contract, leave was defined as “one week.” It became a complication, because to get it “up to the hour” we were doing business on Saturdays, and it didn`t make much sense. In the change, it was changed to weeks beginning on Friday evening, and ended on Monday morning (usually school dropout) after 10 nights. It was the most informative and useful page I came to in my days looking for “advice,” which I asked my husband and ex-husband during the custody battle. We pray for full custody and all reasonable things that I will ask for during this period. Thanks for the home page and the comments too! You`ve been very helpful. If you or your parents are not with your children, think about how to get in touch with your children. It is especially important to plan when one parent cannot be as closely with the children as the other.
Phone calls, online messaging, video chats and letters are different ways to stay in touch while they`re away.