A parent who is going to travel with a child will often provide an itinerary to the other parent. Sometimes this is court-ordered. Other times, this is done just as a useful co-parenting step. In either case, it gives the parent staying at home some peace-of-mind that they can help watch out for their children in the event something happens when they’re on the road.
Court Order Examples
Some examples of the British Columbia Supreme Court ordering itineraries are below, and you will see that they include some common elements which are covered in the downloadable free sample itinerary.
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