Emergency Child Custody

In family law, the principle of family autonomy applies, and parents are primary caretakers of their children. The state often leaves much of the decisions about custody up to the parents, unless there is abuse or other potentially dangerous behavior involved. Article 56 of the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia stipulates that children enjoy special protection and care and at the same time, children whose parents do not take care of them, enjoy special state care. Continue reading Emergency Child Custody