The key issues regulated by family law are marriage, divorce, the division of jointly acquired property and pension savings, maintenance payments for the spouse and children, the right to meet the children and participate in their upbringing after the divorce, and various proceedings with guardianship and custody bodies.
Prolonged and unpleasant disputes that arise during the settlement of family law issues can be avoided if appropriate measures are taken in time.
Issues relating to divorce are considered and resolved on an individual basis. This is always a difficult and delicate subject, grounded first and foremost in emotions. My task is to give a legal assessment of the situation, propose possible alternatives for resolving disputes, consider the pros and cons of these, and ensure that your requirements are met.
- Dissolution of the marriage
- Division of jointly acquired property
- Division of pension savings
- Obligations to repay loans during and after the divorce
- Determination of the children’s place of residence after divorce
- Determination of the amount of maintenance to be paid to the spouse during the separation before and after the divorce
- Determination of the amount of child maintenance
- Legal consultations on family law in the event of domestic violence
- The parents’ right to their children, sole and joint custody of the children
- The parents’ right to meet and communicate with their children
- Determination of the children’s place of residence after the divorce or separation of their parents
- The grandparents’ right to communicate with the children
- Determination of the amount of child maintenance if the parents do not live together
- Defence of the parents when cases for the deprivation of parental rights are opened
- Alteration of decisions with regard to agreements that have already been reached regarding the parents’ rights
- Dialogue with guardianship of custody bodies