The best interests of children: the protection of rights in civil, administrative, and family proceedings
Do the best interests of children always take precedence, even in cross-border disputes?
In dealing with legal issues, we often encounter the balancing of opposing interests that have co-existed – at least up to that point – through regulatory sources, case-law decisions, rules applied to the case in question, and further practical insights.
While the primary consideration remains the best interests of the child, in line with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child of 20 November 1989, as well as Article 24 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, as implemented by Italian law and procedures, the question is whether the best interests of the child take precedence over any proceedings or decisions, even in a cross-border context.
Attached is an insight into case law on The best interests of children
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