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.  6.18 There are different ways in which the law could provide a stronger legal framework than that currently exists for parties to design and surrogacy agreements. It is much better for parents to be able to agree on child care plans themselves. The Child Care Act refers specifically to agreements it refers to as “parent agreements.” Although an education contract is not legally binding, such as a court order or a trade agreement, the law expressly allows an education contract to be converted into a family court order. See “Parent Agreements” below. Children spend three days a week with one parent and four with the other five with each parent, followed by two with each parent two days with one parent, five with the other, five with the first parent, and two with the other. A common child care plan is not always in your child`s best interest and there are a number of options. A common child care system should not consist of a substantially identical time allocation, it may be that a parent has the children on weekends or every other weekend. 6.13 If the child is conceived with gametes from a known donor, the cause of the agreements is even stronger. In Re Patrick, the lack of a preliminary agreement made the decision of the Court of Justice more difficult, which must hear lengthy evidence and decide credibility issues in order to determine the parties` intentions with respect to the involvement of the donor father. If this is said, the existence of an agreement will not necessarily resolve all disputes, as the facts of P/K.
 Don`t worry! You cannot end up with full and exclusive custody of your children, but if you wish, you can ensure shared custody or at least regular access. Over the next four weeks, the families asked the court for custody. 6.16 The experience of those consulted by the Legal Committee is that the rules for preparing surrogacy have worked well. Some have written agreements (knowing that they will not be applicable), while others have relied on oral agreements and mutual trust. In these cases, everything went according to plan and there was constant contact between the families for years. However, something can go wrong, as can be seen in high-level cases abroad.