Government body advises against alternate child custody

18 Jul 2011
Prague Daily Monitor

‘Prague Daily Monitor’ reports that the Czech government committee for children’s rights recommended parliament not to pass an amendment to the family law under which courts should more often decide that a children will alternately live with their mother and father after divorce. The committee has concluded that the amendment prefers the alternating child custody to all other variants and that it limits the decision-making of Czech judges.

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