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Judicial Decision-Making in Proceedings of Judicial Care for Minors With a Focus on the Issue of Parental Manipulation of a Minor
Mašková, Karolína ; Frintová, Dita (advisor) ; Střeleček, Tomáš (referee)
Judicial Decision-Making in Proceedings of Judicial Care for Minors With a Focus on the Issue of Parental Manipulation of a Minor Abstract This thesis focuses on the issue of parental manipulation of a minor in proceedings of judicial care for minors, particularly in terms of proceedings regarding the child custody and personal contact with a parent. The objective of this thesis is to study the forms of parental manipulation and its consequences for a child, as well as analyze the role of parental manipulation in judicial decision-making in the aforementioned proceedings. The final aim of the thesis is to evaluate whether there is room for improvement of the situation of children affected by parental manipulation, and if so, bring up de lege ferenda proposals. The first chapter describes the legislation of proceedings of judicial care for minors. It focuses mainly on procedural aspects of the proceedings, describing them from the moment of the initiation of the proceedings to the enforcement of the decision, including the description of interim measures. Special attention is devoted to amicable settlements, in particular to the Cochem model which has continued to gain significance in recent years. Substantive law issues addressed in this chapter include characteristics of the forms of child custody, their...

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