10. Each Party shall have the right to have direct and complete access to all school records and information, as well as to all medical, dental, psychological and other records affecting the health, development and well-being of the minor child. Each party has the right to participate in conferences, events and school activities and the right to consult teachers, school staff, medical and health care providers, psychologists and other counsellors working with the minor child. Each party is listed as an emergency contact for all schools and health facilities where the minor child is enrolled or admitted. In the event that a party is required to sign a waiver or other documents to allow the other parent access to the child`s school records, that party must sign that required waiver or any other document.11. The parties shall immediately inform the other party of any serious illness and/or injury to the minor child requiring medical care. Both parties must provide each other with all medications that the minor child takes for the visit at the time of the exchange. Both parties must provide each other with sufficient information so that the other party can receive refills of this medicine. Both parties shall provide the other Party with information on names, addresses, telephone numbers and other necessary facts concerning the providers of medical or health care for the minor child.
In the event that a party is required to sign a waiver or other documents to allow the other parent access to the child`s disease or dental records, that party must sign that required waiver or any other document.12. The parties agree that neither party shall leave the minor child unattended and provide the other party with the name and mobile phone number of any person other than a parent caring for the minor child. 13. The parties agree that no later than 48 hours before the date and time when one of the parties is to travel with the minor child from home, the tour group will provide the other party with an itinerary indicating where the minor child is, on what dates and contact telephone numbers throughout the travel period. If the traveler is staying in a hotel, motel or similar establishment, he or she must provide the other party with the name of that accommodation.14. Both parents are expressly obliged to create a safe, moral, appropriate and appropriate environment for the minor child at times when the child is in the custody of the parent. Parents may not use or use controlled substances illegally while the minor child is in their custody and custody, or abuse prescription drugs while the child is in their custody. Neither party may be excessively intoxicated while the minor child is in their custody and custody.15. The parents determine and agree that the visitation of the minor child by extended family members will not be unreasonably refused or denied and will actually be encouraged.
However, nothing in this document is intended to confer on these individuals the reputation if it would not otherwise exist. The term “extended family members” is intended to include grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins, whether through blood or previous relationships. 16. No parent may impose disciplinary measures that are transferred at the time of the child with the other parent, unless the parties have discussed and agreed on the matter before discipline is invoked. The parties remain the main breeders in the event that one or both remarry and/or live with a romantic interest, a fiancée or a spouse. 47K The minor child is always informed and knows that the mother and father are the parents of the child, regardless of the attachment to the new romantic interest, the fiancé or spouse of a parent. None of the parents can ever encourage the child to approach a romantic interest, a fiancé or a spouse like “mom,” “mom,” “dad,” or similar terms. (18) A non-custodial parent always has the right to refuse to care for the minor child if the custodial parent must entrust the child to a caregiver or babysitter for more than three (3) hours at the same time. If the non-custodial parent refuses custody in accordance with paragraph (m) or is unable to assume custody, the custodial parent shall, upon request, provide the non-custodial parent with the name, telephone number and address of the minor child, and the expected length of stay.19. .
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