6.10 Courts in the United Kingdom recognize parental responsibility agreements between single parents or between parents and in-laws of a child.  Parental responsibility agreements must be entered into in a prescribed form and assign parental responsibility to the single father or in-laws. 6.21 Legislation could provide for advice or mediation to resolve any dispute over the interpretation or compliance of the agreement or to give the family court the power to instruct and issue orders it deems appropriate with respect to the facts at issue.  If the parents cannot agree on what the agreement means or how it should work, one parent can apply to the Family Court for an education decision. Parents can establish their own « parental agreement » to treat those who care for children on a daily basis and, if only one parent has daily care, when and how the other parent is in contact with the child (including on public holidays). However, it may be helpful to transcribe your agreements as a private agreement so that you both clearly understand what you have agreed to. This private agreement is also called the parent plan. 6.25 There may be practical difficulties in requiring donors and beneficiaries to meet and sign an agreement. Sperm donation may have been made years ago. The parties can live very far apart.
There may be an aversion for the recipient to meet a potential sperm donor if the treatment cannot lead to conception or if the woman can stop treatment. In these cases, a great deal of time and thought could be devoted to negotiating an agreement that will never come into force. The recipient and her partner may be reluctant to meet the donor face to face, lest the donor approve them as potential parents. Each party could consider a meeting to be an unwarranted violation of its privacy. If you both wish, you can get the family court to include your private contract or parenting plan in an approval order. This means that if someone violates the agreement, you can get the court to enforce it. The court does not make decisions for you if you pass an approval decision. It uses the agreement you have already made and makes it enforceable by the court. In addition to education issues, agreements that are thus brought before the family court and, sometimes, guardianship issues, such as school. B, include the school where the child will go.
Post-separation education documents rarely tell the truth about the serious damage inflicted on average on children by depriving them of the safety and identity of their family unit. The NZ booklet on farewell plans shows many colorful images of happy children and essentially boils down to a sales brochure that encourages people to separate and consider separation as desirable. It would be more honest to show images of coffins of children and fathers, institutions of juvenile justice, teenage pregnancies, welfare dependency and psychiatric institutions.