Guardianship: Supplementary Nurse - Order

A supplementary nurse is appointed if the parents/guardian are prevented from taking care of certain matters.

Supplementary care is the judicial transfer of a part of the parental care of a minor to another person. A caregiver is appointed if the child is under parental care or guardianship, but the parents are or are prevented from taking care of certain matters for factual or legal reasons. This is the case, for example, if only part of the parental care is suspended or withdrawn. The rights and obligations of the supplementary caregiver are limited to these parts of personal care or asset custody when ordering.
The caregiver is appointed by the family court at the respective district court.

§§ 1909 ff. Civil Code (BGB).

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