I respect that my parents love me and want to keep me safe.
My parents respect that I am becoming a young adult and want the privilege of dating openly.
But, just because he wants something, doesn't mean you have to give it to him. Then, he wouldn't be able to claim he didn't know the rules or that he didn't understand what you meant.
But a contract -- to be valid -- need only provide enough information to outline the agreement and contain the signatures of both parties.It would probably be an understatement to say that dating is an important part of a teenager’s life.In one study, researchers found that high school students consistently rated the time spent alone with an opposite-sex partner as the time when they were happiest and most satisfied with life.In addition to the rules set out explicitly below, I also agree to use good judgment and discuss all serious or dangerous matters that may arise due to dating immediately with my parents.First and foremost, I will abide by the following rules concerning physical contact. If I find myself in a situation in which my safety is in danger, I will immediately call my parents no matter where I am or what I am doing.As your teen enters the dating world, it's important to make your expectations clear.Establishing clear rules ahead of time can prevent problems before they start.For example, if parties clearly reach an agreement on Dec.31, 2009, but do not execute a contract formalizing their agreement until Jan.3, 2010, the contract may be dated as of Dec. This is simply the accurate memorialization of a past event, something that is essential to legal practice.You can't, for example, sign a contract using the name of an unincorporated business.Many contracts are designed to last for a specific term.