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The Cassation, 'don't force children to see their grandparents'


Yes on appeal. 'Unwelcome relationships are not imposed manu militari' (ANSA)

The right of grandparents to visit their minor grandchildren cannot prevail over the interests of the same children who express opposition to this relationship and cannot be forced, by court orders, to visit the 'ascendants' on the basis of the consideration that they would not draw from it in any case "a prejudice".

This was underlined by the Cassation which warns: there can be no "imposition 'manu militari' of an unwelcome and unwanted relationship" especially if we are dealing with children capable of "discernment" or who have reached the age of 12.

Thus the appeal of the parents of two children forced to see their grandparents was accepted.

Source: ansa

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