While the agreement provides for the provision of goods, services, other payments or benefits, these rules do not affect the assessment of child care. Goods, services, payments or benefits granted under the agreement are granted in addition to any administrative evaluation. The flexibility of a mandatory child care agreement means that it may provide for a child care rate of less or more than that to be paid under the children`s aid organization, since binding agreements must not comply with the Assessment Act. Child welfare and child tax are closely linked. The right of a party to pay the Family Tax Benefit Part A will be taken into account taking into account a fictitious assessment that could have been made by the children`s aid organization and without taking into account the conditions of a mandatory child care agreement between the parties, so there is no benefit for those who see it as an opportunity to find security in the higher family tax allowance Part A Payments by accepting a child more weekly low. Where a child care agreement provides that child care is not paid in the form of periodic amounts, it can be established that the annual rate of child care payable under administrative taxation is set at a certain amount or percentage (up to 100%) this corresponds to the annual value of the child benefit payable under the agreement (CSA, section 84, paragraph 1, point d) and section 84, paragraph 6). An experienced family lawyer can help you verify that your child welfare contract is applicable, complies with local laws in your state and contains a level playing field for you and your child. A binding agreement is a written and signed agreement that has been reached after each parent has received independent legal advice. Your lawyer must attach an independent legal advice certificate to the mandatory child welfare contract, in accordance with his or her legal advice. You must be advised by a lawyer other than the other parent. An order to amend the evaluation under the DemCSA Part 7 Act may sometimes contain ratings, notes or comments to draw attention to the parties that have taken or will take the parties in the future.