Many support contracts and agreements do not say when the aid will end. In this case, the assistance should normally be continued until you and the other parent agree that it will end. If you cannot accept, you can ask a court for a decision. Parties can sign the same child welfare contract or sign separate copies of a child support contract. If the parties sign separate copies, the conditions of each copy must be the same. It is also possible to obtain an injunction from a court for the assistance of children. These orders can be made at the beginning of divorce proceedings so that a child does not run out of financial assistance throughout the process. At the end of the divorce proceedings, the injunction can be converted into a permanent injunction for custody. In such cases, the Clerk notes that the agreement is not a binding agreement on assistance to children under the CSA Act, Section 80C (2). The parent who has applied for the agreement can withdraw the acceptance application and re-apply for it as soon as there is independent legal advice. In addition, the applicant could request that the agreement be accepted as a limited agreement. However, the rules for adopting a restricted agreement are different and may prevent the adoption of the agreement. In most cases, the specific comparison process will be different, but the ideal end result of successful conciliation negotiations in a child custody case is a written agreement.
This written agreement can be called a “transaction agreement” and, in some cases, child care (for example. B in cases where a divorce is pending) may be part of a broader “divorce agreement” or a “dissolution agreement” (read more about the conclusion of this agreement below). Like a limited agreement on child custody, a mandatory child care agreement can be made for periodic and non-periodic payments. This means that there may be clauses in the agreement to meet who will pay for children`s uniforms, extracurricular activities, instruments, tuition and anything else that parents want to receive. As soon as parents incorporate these different costs into their child welfare contract, they should include specific provisions to avoid ambiguity.