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[Free Child Care Agreement Documents]

USA Child Care Agreement

[What is a Child Care Agreement?]

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A Child Care Agreement is used to establish an agreement between the guardians of a child (e.g. the parents) and a child care worker (e.g. babysitter or nanny) as to the terms of the employment. For example, it lists the compensation of the child care worker, whether they are allowed to bring friends into the home, whether the guardians will provide food or beverages, and other issues.

This document is up to date! It was last reviewed by a lawyer in September 2014.


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Governing Jurisdiction:

This document will be governed by the laws of which nation?
Select a State:
 

Legal Guardian Information:

Is there only one guardian?
Yes No
Guardian's Name:
Address (Address, City, Province):
 

Caretaker's Information:

Name:
 

Child Information:

How many children do you have?
 

First Child's Information:

First Child's Name:
 

Terms of Contract:

How many dollars are you paying per hour (e.g. 7.00)?
Will this amount per hour will be multipled by the number of children?
Yes No
Will there be a minimum number of hours?
Yes No
How many hours minimum?
 

Additional Information:

Do you want to restrict visitors into your house?
Yes No
I would like to restrict entry to:
Will you be providing beverages to the Babysitter?
Yes No
Will you be providing food to the Babysitter?
Yes No
Are there any additional clauses you wish to add?
Yes No

(e.g. If the Caretaker breaks any valuable items, the value of such items will be deducted from his/her paycheque)

Other Clauses:
 

Signing Information:

Do you know when you will be signing this agreement?
Yes No
Month:
Day of month (e.g. 5):
Year (e.g. 2014):