If you are thinking of having a child out of wedlock, you must make a joint parenting agreement.
A professional and good agreement will regulate and consolidate the distribution of each spouse and will meet the needs that will arise over the years in the matter of raising and educating the child.
A joint parenting agreement shall include the matter of determining the child’s last name, otherwise the child will bear the name of the mother’s family under the Names Law.
The agreement will establish a mutual commitment by the parties to build a stable and clear framework for the child while maintaining the principle of the best interest of the child.
The agreement will define the manner of education, type and method of education.
Among other things, the agreement will determine the issue of custody and the time of stay of each parent with the child, as well as child support, and will include the child’s basic needs including: food, clothing, footwear, education, classes, private lessons, summer camps, And extraordinary medical expenses.