Categories: General Date: Jun 4, 2018 Title: Travelling with Children
Travelling with Children
Travel with children after separation may require you to have the proper documentation
When you separate or divorce and you have children, it is a good idea to create a separation agreement that includes details about travelling with the children. This can help to avoid complications or conflict in the future.
Separated and divorce parents should travel within Canada with their custody papers. Although there are no border guards to talk to, if medical assistance was required, the parent may need to prove that they have decision-making power for their child.
If your child is travelling with just one parent, even if you are not separated, it is a good idea for the parent travelling with the child to gather documents to prove his or her authority over the child.
Click here to learn how to avoid complications when travelling with your children.