Support for a dysfunctional family in extrajudicial proceedingsgs and initiating the related court proceedings
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The article deals with the issue of assistance provided to the family by public institutions, in particular focusing on its failure in the aspect of further effect, which is the initiation of court proceedings. Institutions, acting within the framework of public authorities, provide a dysfunctional family with all kinds of help, including pedagogical, social, medical and psychological assistance, which is undoubtedly a wide range of support for this basic social unit. The article emphasizes that in order for the help offered to be effective, families must get involved in it. The failures of the family support services within the scope of the assistance offered usually result from the lack of willingness of the family member to cooperate with these institutions. If support of the family support services does not bring the intended results, and the situation of the family or its member requires taking firm legal actions interfering with the sphere of the rights of an individual, then the further course of the proceedings should consist in directing the case to the court. The considerations include the reasons for the initiation and conducting of court proceedings by the guardianship court, including the enforcement proceedings, are presented when there is a lack of voluntary involvement of the family members in the offered assistance. The role of the guardianship court has been presented in the context of the duties that the legislator defined for the court in the field of family assistance.
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