According to the provisions of the Family and Guardianship Code, parents and children have the right and even the obligation to maintain contact with each other. The situation becomes more complicated when the parents live separately and the child lives with one of them. If the parents are unable to agree on settlement of contact with the child, it will be necessary to apply to the court to regulate the contact with the child.
In matters relating to contact with the child, the services provided by the Law Firm include:
- regulating contacts between parents and children,
- limiting contact with the child,
- prohibiting contact with the child,
- securing contacts with the child during the proceedings,
- changing contacts with the child,
- regulating contacts of a foreign parent with a child living in Poland,
- enforcement of contacts with the child.
Legal advice — contacts with the child in Poland
We will answer your questions and indicate what actions should be taken in the case of contact with the child - at a meeting arranged at a time convenient for the client, as well as during a telephone or online conversation.
Legal opinions — contacts with the child in Poland
We will answer the questions asked, analyze the case and indicate its strengths and weaknesses, propose optimal solutions tailored to the client, present and describe the next stages of the procedure for regulating contact with the child, actions necessary to take and a list of evidence to be gathered.
Settlement talks and mediation — contacts with the child in Poland
Contact with the child cases before the court
We provide comprehensive legal services, ranging from jointly establishing a strategy of proceedings, preparing and submitting an petition for establishing contact with a child, through participation in hearings, drawing up pleadings during the proceedings, to the final conclusion of the proceedings regarding contact with the child.
Occasional legal assistance — contacts with the child in Poland
We prepare lawsuits / petitions, replies to the lawsuit / petition, pleadings, evidence motions and appeals.