A child has the right to attend preschool free of charge for at least 525 hours per year, from the fall of the year the child turns six years of age.
Municipalities must offer preschool services for children aged 1-12, to the extent that is necessary considering parents' paid work, studies, or the child's needs.
Children of parents who are unemployed or on parental leave with another child have a right to a preschool place from the age of one, although still not to the same extent as children whose parents
Public preschool of at least 525 hours per year is introduced from the year a child turns four.
Costs of childcare services that have been carried out in the home qualify for a tax deduction (skattereduktion för hushållsarbete/RUT-avdrag).
A child has the right to preschool for at least 525 hours per year from the fall of the year the child turns three.
The law establishes equal rights and obligations between mothers and fathers, recognises shared custody for children with separated parents, and creates a family mediator.
The law creates a local office for information on childcare solutions and creates a local commission helping childcare workers to comply with rules and professional obligations.
The 184 EUR supplement of the parental benefit (Complément de Libre Choix d'Activité), which was granted to families who did not receive the basic PAJE benefit, is removed.
The act created the family tax ratio (quotient familial). Couples with children receive a tax reduction, depending on the number of dependent children.