Recognition of foreign judgments in Italy

Recognition of foreign judgments in Italy

Recognition of foreign judgments in Italy Following the enforcement of Law 218 of 1995, containing the regulation of the system of private international law, Article 796 c.p.c. was repealed, since Article 73 of the d.i.p. law replaced it with the application of Articles 64-65 thereof (as of Dec. 31, 1996). Recognition of judgments issued abroad […]

Wilful failure to execute a court order in relation to parent’s visiting rights

parent’s visiting rights

Wilful failure to execute a court order in relation to parent’s visiting rights The Supreme Court upheld the conviction of a mother for evading a court order concerning the custody of her minor daughter. In fact, the woman moved abroad with the child even though the judge had established certain conditions for the father’s visitation […]

Visitation rights in case of refusal of the child

Visitation rights in case of refusal of the child After the divorce, even if only one of the former spouses is the sole custodian of the child, still the noncustodial parent is granted with visitation rights. Visitation rights consist of the right of the divorced parent to maintain meaningful relationships with their children. Usually, the […]

Equal time in co-parenting

Co-parenting is a principle established by the legal system that allows the active participation of both parents in the life of the progeny, having as the main measure the shared custody. The principle of co-parenting, however, does not involve the mathematical division of time to be spent with the children, but rather the active and […]

Violating Shared Custody is a crime

When the spouses separate, the judge rules over the custody of the children. If shared custody is ordered, it is necessary that the children continue to stay with both parental figures, sharing equally the time to be spent with both with each other, except when evident obstacles are in place.  But what if the former […]