AGREED that the biological mother must have custody of the children at the end of Mother`s Day and that the biological father has custody of Father`s Day, and it is always a custody agreement that will be used by parents to define the details of how they will raise their child or children together, although they are no longer romantically related. The agreement deals with issues such as physical and legal custody, visiting plans, health insurance, university and, if desired, family allowances. Parents can use this document to develop a plan that is satisfactory to both parties on how they will raise their children together without having to cede control of decision-making to a judge. If both parents can be civilian and work in the best interests of their children, they can save time, money and energy by establishing a custody agreement themselves. The most important factor in preparing a custody agreement is consideration of the best interests of the child, especially if you have the agreement approved by a court. It is important to remember that in case of separation, they will be hit hard. He or she will not only have to be related to the anger, frustration and disappointment of a divorce, having two new homes and spending less time with a parent, but also giving up time and desires to accommodate new arrangements. . . .