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Hello thank you for the information. The truth of the matter is that the only legally binding parental agreement would be a child contact arrangement. If you need to get anything set in stone then you can get a order set out buy the court, you would need to do this by making an application to the local family court and have an order set out by the court. If he is doing this for CMS purposes then you will need to put a list of information forward to them as if he is claiming to have more time with them then he actually has then it will lower his payments to you.
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