In The Kuban, A Man Has Been Fighting For The Right To Take Care Of His Children For Eight Years

In The Kuban, A Man Has Been Fighting For The Right To Take Care Of His Children For Eight Years
In The Kuban, A Man Has Been Fighting For The Right To Take Care Of His Children For Eight Years

Video: In The Kuban, A Man Has Been Fighting For The Right To Take Care Of His Children For Eight Years

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The ex-wife, preventing the father from seeing the children, refuses to comply with the decisions of the courts: she kicks out the bailiffs, ignores the guardianship authorities, and submits counterclaims. A resident of Moscow, Ilya Taraba, has been fighting for the right to take care of his children for eight years, whom his ex-wife took to Krasnodar. He does not execute court decisions in favor of his father Ilona K. (name has been changed - ed.). The participation of bailiffs and guardianship authorities does not bring results. In 2010, the Taraba spouses had a daughter, and two years later, a son. By this time, conflicts began to occur between the spouses due to personal differences. The situation was aggravated by the daughter's psycho-emotional state - the delay in psycho-speech development required qualified assistance. According to Ilya Tarab, his wife denied the existing problem, but he, on the contrary, did everything possible to solve this problem: he took the girl to doctors, teachers, to special circles and sections. However, after his spouse negotiated him in front of the police, the man had to leave the family, engage in divorce, division of property and seek communication with children. In the Shcherbinsky District Court of Moscow, on a claim to determine the procedure for communicating with children, Taraba proved that his son and daughter need not only communication with him, but also medical rehabilitation, which he can provide them. Ilona K. did not agree with this decision and left for Krasnodar with her children, complicating the execution of the court's decision. Since then, litigation has been going on between the former spouses. The father managed to get teachers to go to his daughter's house, and the girl attended the necessary procedures. According to the teachers, educators and doctors of the rehabilitation center, the girl did not receive a normal systemic approach to rehabilitation, and the conditions in which the children live have a very bad effect on the results of rehabilitation. A psychologist and a neurologist confirmed in court that Ilona K.'s family has an unfavorable, nervous situation and that the father's participation in the children's lives is very necessary. However, neither the bailiffs can get Ilona K. to execute the court decision, nor the guardianship authorities can somehow influence the situation. In 2016, the ex-wife tried to deprive Ilya Tarab of parental rights, claiming that the father does not care about his children, does not take care of their health, and does not pay child support. However, the defense presented irrefutable evidence to the contrary. In another trial, Ilona K. wanted to change the names, patronymics and surnames of the children, and the Kuban authorities supported the mother's position, but the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation overturned the strange decision, finding it unreasonable and unmotivated. - We are in a state of litigation, - quotes Ilya bloknot.ru. - Unfortunately, during this entire period I did not manage to see the children normally. I suppose my mother can make up some stories about me, and maybe convince that I am not their dad. As I understood from her words, she promised to put her life on the fact that the children hated me. This cannot but injure them. On January 12, 2021, a session in cassation is to be held. Ilona K. will once again challenge the father's right to see the children. Our editorial staff will follow the development of events, because the Constitution of the Russian Federation states that "taking care of children, their upbringing is an equal right and responsibility of parents."

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