The child has the right to communicate personally with both parents


It is the duty of the state to prevent parental alienation, which results in the child no longer wishing to communicate with his or her other parent. As a result of parental alienation, the child's right of access to both parents is not realised in practice.
Read the latest case law of the European Court of Human Rights and my comment on the situation in an article published in Eesti Päevaleht here:

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