Right of Access
Right of access
The law stipulates that, after a separation, the parent with whom the child does not live still has the right and the duty to actively participate in the children’s life, accompanying them in their development over the years and promoting their good living.
The same applies to the child, who has the right to remain in contact with the parent.
The right of access thus guarantees that the child and parent can spend time together and that the parent is always informed about the child‘s health, well-being, and education, even in cases where the parent does not have an active role in the decisions that are made.
Allowing the other parent to be informed of the child’s physical and mental condition and development on an ongoing basis and maintaining family ties is crucial for the child’s proper growth.
Contact us for advice and answers on access rights and child custody issues after separation; we will be delighted to help you with this matter.
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