parental Agreement

Avoid pitfalls in the
parental Agreement

Do you jointly give presents to your child? What happens when the maternal grandmother's birthday takes place in the week that the child is supposed to be with their father? Who will be the resident parent? Can a new partner participate in special occasions involving your child?

However, in reality our own needs and emotions often get in the way of making good agreements.

When getting a divorce, there are often legal, moral and practical questions surrounding how you will get through the divorce and avoid conflicts while keeping focus on your child.

For this reason, Teamwork Family have developed a systematic and objective tool to help you make a parental agreement that is simple, thorough and complete.

Experience shows

That it is primarily a matter of making a detailed and thorough parental agreement. When there is a sound framework and a thorough agreement, it makes the whole family feel safe and thrive.

We have thought about all the broad strokes, as well as the details. This give you peace of mind to focus on meeting the family's different needs.

Specifically, you can choose to complete the agreements together or separately. If you complete it separately, the system will compare your answers and make you aware of the points you still need to agree on.

In the visitation agreement, you will first select the main agreement. For instance, whether your child will live with each of you for a week at a time, or if they change residence every five days, or every other day.

When you have come to agreement on the key points, a number of detailed questions and points of negotiations will follow. You can choose to consider each and every point, or simply click "best practice" which automatically gives you the option that most people agree upon.

We guide you through important points such as family holidays, public holidays, family birthdays, what to bring along on exchange days and how you and the children will receive and interact with new partners.

Once you have agreed, you can save or print your joint agreement. You can also choose the dynamic calendar that keeps you up-to-date on the agreements in relation to your child.

In the calender, each of you can add events and make suggested changes to upcoming events. Events and suggestions for changes will need to be accepted by the other parent to ensure that you have an ongoing dialogue and discuss potential conflicts as they arise.