Any child travelling outside Canada with only one parent should carry a consent letter. This is true even if it is only for a day trip, and even if the child will only be unaccompanied by both parents for part of the trip. If you travel across the border with a minor and don’t have a consent letter, it may cause delays, or worse—your child may be denied entry to or exit from a country.
Separation Agreement FAQs
A well-drafted legal separation agreement can settle all existing disputes at the end of a marriage, and provide you with clarity and certainty.
Can you Change an Existing Child Support Order or Agreement?
Under the Divorce Act, the Supreme Court of BC may change, suspend or terminate a child support order on application by either spouse if…
Should I Have a Marriage Agreement?
Family Law agreements, namely, marriage, cohabitation and separation agreements are legal binding contacts used to settle issues that may arise upon breakdown of a relationship. Such agreements can deal with a multitude of legal issues such as division of property and debt, spousal support, child support and parenting arrangements.