Provides information sessions on the phases of separation and divorce, the impact on children and the possibilities of parenting in a way that prevents children from parental conflict. Anyone who enters a family law procedure in which custody, access or custody is a problem is necessary to participate in the education of the parents. Before filing a custody appeal, both parents are considered to be common legal guardians of their child, with equal rights, powers and duties, unless a court has decided otherwise (1997, c.C-8.2, p. 3). Information on the factors that the courts will consider in deciding whether spousal assistance should be ordered. It is incredibly important for single, separated and divorced parents to understand that negotiations and compromises must be an integral part of finalizing a Saskatchewan child care agreement. The level of burden, complications and time required to complete this process is directly influenced by the willingness to negotiate and compromise between the two parents. Do everything in your power to ensure that your personal behaviour remains on a positive and mature path, allowing both parents to come to terms with an agreement that considers the "best interests" of children to be the most important aspect. When you enter into your custody agreement, you can include all the other provisions on which you and the other parents can agree. Some general provisions are: You can change a child welfare contract or order if circumstances change. Examples of changes in circumstances include an increase or reduction in a parent`s income, a change in parenting arrangements, a change in special expenses, or a child at 18 (the age of majority in Saskatchewan). You and the other parent should talk about income changes at least once a year. Information for children about separation and divorce, as well as an online calendar for children to track the particular events of their lives, including the periods they spend with each parent.
Information about child abduction in parents, including what to do if your child is abducted, signs that your child may be in danger, and steps to prevent abduction. It is important to do everything in your power to reach an agreement, to keep control of the educational arrangements and the outcome of your custody case for your child. Information on how children`s interests can take precedence when parents are no longer together. They are already faced with a sensitive and emotional situation, and any negative, degrading, immature or belligerent behaviour will make the conclusion of a Saskatchewan child care agreement more complex, time-consuming and stressful than for parents and children. Motivate yourself to separate your emotions from your logical decision mentality by increasing the needs of children and accepting an agreement where the "best interests" of your children are the top priority.