This will ensure that agreements on education agreements or contact conditions can be changed in the event of a change in circumstances in the child`s life. Education systems must remain in the best interests of the child. The most important factor that you must consider when developing your British Columbia parenting plan is the same one that the courts consider a priority in the decision of custody of the children: the best interests of the child. The purpose of any PARENTing agreement BC is to ensure that all aspects of a child`s physical and emotional needs are taken into account. No family situation will ever provide ideal circumstances, but parents must make the most of their broken family by ensuring that their children`s “Best Interests” are at the centre of concerns. Both parents must prioritize the needs of children over themselves and accept an agreement that allows their children to receive the best possible education. In special cases, a parent or guardian may have sole custody of a child. Common reasons for sole custody include: exclusive custody may be granted to a parent in situations where domestic violence has occurred, where the other parent has drug or alcohol problems, or where the other parent has been absent in the child`s life. If you have custody of a child, it means that you have the right and responsibility to make decisions about the child and that the child lives with you at least partially.
If a parent or legal guardian has custody of a child, he or she has the right: no provision or agreement on these matters is ever absolutely final. Custody and access provisions and agreements, education agreements and contact conditions may be amended if the circumstances regarding the child change significantly, including a change in circumstances of another person, provided that the amendment interferes with the best interests of the child and justifies a change in the appointment or cancellation of the agreement. The Family Law Act in British Columbia has revised terminology to reduce conflict between separated and outgoing parents. One of these terms, “retention,” is no longer used. It is now called education time, parental duties or education agreements. A bill is currently before Parliament to amend the conditions of detention and access under the Divorce Act, in accordance with the wording of the Family Act. There are several types of education agreements in BC: Remember that creating your BC child care agreement must be a compromise-filled negotiation by both parties, not a fight, a fight or a kind of game in which you win or lose.