Special representative for children

Usually, children are represented by their custodians. If a custodian is suspected of crimes or if the custodians are not suitable to look after the child's interests for other reasons, the court may appoint a special representative for the child. If a parent is suspected of crimes against the child, sensitive issues arise regarding liability, loyalty and rights. Only the person who, due to his / her knowledge, experience and personal qualities, is particularly suitable for the assignment may be appointed as a special representative for children. Our experienced lawyers are often hired as a special representative for children. They then act as support for the child and look out for the child's rights, both during the preliminary investigation and in subsequent proceedings. Our lawyers have good knowledge of the child's situation in these cases and always work for the best interests of the child.