What to do if your ex-spouse makes important decisions about your children without consulting you?
Important decisions concerning the children must be made by the TWO parents, regardless of the mode of custody that exists (shared custody, sole custody). For example: education, place of residence, medical care, religion, choice of school are all elements included in parental authority. If a parent decides to exercise parental authority unilaterally without the consent of the other parent, the other parent may apply to the court for an order to vary the decision to which he has not consented. The court will then make the decision that is in the best interest of the child.