B. No negative comments. Parents will not make negative comments about the other parent or about past or present relationships, family or friends of the other parent at a distance from listening to children or will not allow others to make negative comments. C. No parental alienation. Each parent is invited and restrained to say or do something that might tend to alienate the minor child`s affection for the other parent or allow a third party to do so. When a family separates by divorce, custody of the children is entrusted to one or both parents. When a parent does not get shared custody of their children, the parent usually gets access rights and can request regular visiting hours. When it comes to matters relating to children, such as custody, access and assistance, a court must approve any agreement that uses a standard for the „best interests of the child“. As a general rule, if both parents reach an agreement on these issues, a court will be prepared to include the agreement in official legal documents. However, a court may require an adaptation of the agreement when it finds that the agreement is not in the best interests of the children concerned. G.
Notification of the proposed removal of children if the move interferes with the children`s ability to regularly attend the non-guardian parent. The parent who intends to move the children must inform the other parent 45 days before any planned changes to the children`s residence. E. No alteration of the other parent`s calendar without that parent`s consent. Neither parent will schedule activities for the children during the other parent`s scheduled parental leave without the prior consent of the other parent. D. Disadvantage of children. Both parents are informed and prevented from doing anything and allowing third parties to do so, which is detrimental to the health, safety, morals or well-being of the children. B. Each year, each parent can take up to 7 days off with the children, no more than 7 consecutive days at a time. The mother has custody of the children. As such, the children reside at the mother`s address of residence and the mother is entitled to family allowances paid by the father.
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