Compelling child care agreements allow parents to enter into binding financial arrangements for child care. Compelling child care agreements operate in the same way as financial arrangements that could be made by separating parents with respect to spising, aging and maintenance. Where an agreement has led to an assessment of child care in accordance with Section 34B (since custody of the children was already payable) and the agreement ends, child care is based on a formula assessment, unless the agreement includes a provision that provides for the end of child care from a given day (CSA, Section 12 paragraph 4, point a) (ii) ). Responsibility for the education of children, whether introduced by a child care agreement or a formula assessment, can be fine-tuned by a child welfare contract which provides that the liability ends on a given day. The end date may be explicit or implied. · Can be terminated at any time or replaced with a new contract. For more details on these agreements, please see 2.7.4. If a child care agreement provides that child care is not paid in the form of periodic amounts, it can be established that the annual child care rate payable as part of the administrative assessment is set at a certain amount or percentage (up to 100%) this corresponds to the annual value of the child benefit payable under the agreement (CSA, section 84, paragraph 1, point d) and section 84, paragraph 6). It goes without saying that the cost of preparing a binding child welfare agreement depends on factors such as the willingness of the parties to compromise, the complexity of family agreements and whether there is a binding pre-agreement on child custody, which must be denounced. Each case is different. In general, it will generally be much more economical to reach an agreement outside the judicial system rather than getting stuck in a quagmire of litigation. · Does not expire automatically, but parents can choose to include an expiration date in their contract.
If the agreement contains provisions of a species not mentioned above, the Clerk will not consider these provisions in an assessment (CSA, s. 84, at para. 3). While the agreement provides for the provision of goods, services, other payments or benefits, these rules do not affect the assessment of child care. Goods, services, payments or benefits granted under the agreement are granted in addition to any administrative evaluation. These changes apply to child welfare agreements concluded after July 1, 2018 or to existing agreements that change the care of a child after July 1, 2018. When a starting finding adopts an interim fictitious assessment when the agreement enters into force, it will not have any effect after the agreement expires. Example: A child welfare contract determines the price to be paid for 3 children Xanthia, Max and Damien.
The total amount for the 3 children is $300 per month. The deal is listening to Max and $100 per month per child are still payable compared to Xanthia and Damien. Therefore, the total amount to be paid for the remaining children is $200 per month.