Notarization, Certification, Commissioning

$15.00 + hst

Where one parent travels outside the country with children, the consent of the other parent is required - this is done through a travel consent form.

  • A travel consent form must be signed before a notary by the parent who is NOT traveling

  • All airlines are required by law to see a valid travel consent form before allowing the children to board.

  • The only exception is where the parties are separated or divorced and one parent has SOLE custody.  Sole custody must be legally valid by a court order or a valid separation agreement. Ensure the airlines is informed ahead of time and provide a copy of the court order to separation agreement in advance, if necessary.

  • It is always a good idea to have your separation agreement registered with the courts.

  

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