FAMILY COEXISTENCE CENTRES AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR THE EXERCISE OF THE RIGHT OF CONSENT BETWEEN MINORS AND THEIR PARENTS.

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7443388

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cohabitation, divorce, family, minors

Abstract

The great existing problem between families or marriages in which children are involved can have a significant impact on their development this is because at their young age, living such moments where there are fights and separations can affect them significantly especially in the emotional field, since they can cause depression as well as sadness, That is why the Judiciary created the initiative of family coexistence centers where children interact in a supervised environment in addition to being able to be in healthy coexistence with their families. All children have the right to have a better life, which is why this type of centers meet the objective of providing a place where they can feel safe to have a healthy and happy family life, so as not to affect their growth.

 

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2022-12-15

How to Cite

Lopez, L. G. R. . (2022). FAMILY COEXISTENCE CENTRES AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR THE EXERCISE OF THE RIGHT OF CONSENT BETWEEN MINORS AND THEIR PARENTS. Uluslararası Sosyoloji Ve Ekonomi Dergisi, 5(1), 71–85. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7443388