Interest group entertainment and family law – ISUV
June 1 is International Children’s Day, again a good time for slogans and Sunday speeches. Children’s rights should be included in the constitution, and the state should ensure the welfare of children at “all levels”. Are the parents not responsible for the child’s well-being, especially after separation and divorce?
On the occasion of World Children’s Day, the Welfare and Family Law Interest Organization (ISUV) focuses on the problematic life situation of separated children. “Children must not be put in the forced position of having to choose a parent after their parents have separated. Children should not lose a parent after separation and divorce, because mother and father are important in finding their identity, ”emphasizes ISUV Vice President and Attorney Maren Waruschewski. Therefore, the association calls for a consistent implementation of joint parenting after separation and divorce.
The separation of the parents is almost always an experience for the children that affects them existentially, makes them suffer, but which also affects their decisions and the bonding code negatively later in life.
All too often, children lose a parent when they separate, usually the father, but increasingly also the mother. This triggers fear, aggression and insecurity. ISUV criticizes that it is not uncommon for children to be restricted or even denied free contact with both parents. However, it has no family law consequences because the courts and the juvenile court refuse to act consistently against it. “The public, the media, does not consistently sanction the rejection of contact, but legitimizes this kind of violence with the narrative of being a single parent,” criticizes ISUV spokesman Josef Linsler.
The proverbial stress of separation has many facets for children: The separation of parents is often associated with a change of residence, a change of school, a change of friends. The care and upbringing situation changes, one parent has to “replace” the other. The consequences of these strains are often health and school problems. Children of divorced parents are more often given a “blue letter”, their school grades are on average lower, statistics show, especially the PISA survey.
“It is necessary to relieve children in the truest sense of the word after separation and divorce. It can not be achieved by writing children’s rights into the constitution and leaving everything as it is. What is needed is a reform of the Children’s Act with a view to family separation, that is, to look after them together, pay together after separation and divorce, “demands ISUV chairman Melanie Ulbrich.
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