Is your former spouse preventing you from seeing your children?
The custodial parent is obliged to comply with the judge’s order establishing visitation of the minor children with the other parent. Dangerous rivalry mechanisms are triggered in the context of stormy separations and divorces, which find their outlet in the children, a kind of transversal revenge. A revenge, however, that ends up affecting the emotional […]
Does the divorced spouse have any rights to the former spouse’s inheritance?
Unlike in the case of separation (for which partially different rules apply, influenced also by the possible existence of the debit), divorce eliminates any inheritance rights of the ex, who is no longer an heir by law of the deceased. In such a case, only the contrary expressed in the will and not detrimental to […]
Parental agreements on child maintenance: are they valid?
Parental agreements on child maintenance: are they valid? When two parents split up, it is necessary to come to an agreement regarding the children. Custody, maintenance, choosing the house in which they will live: these are just some of the many aspects that need to be taken into account to protect minor children, who are […]
Parental neglect of children: what is at risk?
Parental neglect of children: what is at risk? Nowadays, there are also fathers and mothers who seriously neglect their children: they do not educate them, do not support them, do not provide for their needs and sometimes abandon them completely. In the face of such behaviour, morality is not enough and the law must intervene, […]
What obligations do the heirs have towards the deceased’s ex-wife?
What obligations do the heirs have towards the deceased’s ex-wife? The ex-spouse remains the heir of the deceased only if the following two conditions are met: the divorce must not have taken place yet; the separation decree must not have declared the surviving spouse to be charged. Thus, the separated spouse is not only […]