Parental custody order in case of endangerment of child's property

The Family Court may issue orders if a child's assets are endangered and the parents with custody are unwilling or unable to avert the risk. The order of the Family Court may include, for example.B. the following (list is not exhaustive): Submission by parents of a list of the child's assets Accounting on the management of assets Withdrawal of the child's money only with the permission of the Family Court Withdrawal of asset management (in whole or in part) If parts of the asset care are removed, a nurse is employed for the areas.

The Family Court decides in the exercise of the so-called official investigation principle which documents are required.


No

Preconditions
If a child's assets are endangered and the parents or parents who have the right to care are not prepared or able to stop the danger, the family court may issue orders. This is the case, for example.B, if the child's money has been embezzled. Proceedings may be initiated at the request of a parent (a special form is not required) or by official channels, in particular by means of complaints by the Youth Office or also by reports from neighbours, educators or relatives.
Proceedings before the Family Court are initiated of their own motion, in particular through complaints from the Youth Office or by reports from neighbours, educators or relatives. The Family Court determines the situation and may, for example.B order that the parents submit a list of the child's assets and invoice them through the administration This list of assets must be correct and complete, as the parents have to insure. If the list is not drawn up correctly, the Family Court may order that the list be taken up by a competent authority or by a competent official or notary. The order of the Family Court may also include e.B. (list is not exhaustive): Withdrawal of the child's money only with the permission of the Family Court Withdrawal of asset management (in whole or in part) If parts of the asset care are removed, a nurse is employed for the areas.

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Lower Saxony Ministry of Justice

Last update or date of publication
26.10.2020