→Parenting Orders and Contact Orders
<blockquote>'''Contact''', which is the time someone other than a spouse spends with the children.</blockquote>
Parenting time and contact are what the old ''Divorce Act'' meant by "access." Decision-making responsibility is sort of what the old Act meant by "custody," but really is a lot more about the rights and responsibilities involved in being a guardian just like "parental responsibilities"
in the ''[[Family Law Act]]''.
Together, orders about parenting time and decision-making responsibility are called '''parenting orders'''. A '''parenting plan''', on the other hand, means the parts of a written agreement between spouses that talk about parenting time and decision-making responsibility.