Confinamiento y procesos de ruptura de pareja, una visión de la abogacía española de familia

  1. Mila Arch 1
  2. Francisca Fariña 2
  3. Dolores Seijo 3
  4. María José Vázquez 2
  1. 1 Universitat de Barcelona

    Universitat de Barcelona

    Barcelona, España


  2. 2 Universidade de Vigo

    Universidade de Vigo

    Vigo, España


  3. 3 Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

    Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela, España


Revista Iberoamericana de Justicia Terapéutica

ISSN: 2718-6822

Ano de publicación: 2022

Número: 4

Tipo: Artigo

Outras publicacións en: Revista Iberoamericana de Justicia Terapéutica


This paper analyzes the opinion of family lawyers, during the period of confinement that the Spanish population experienced in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as to whether this would increase: the number of relationship breakups; litigation in family proceedings; complaints of family violence, gender-based violence and sexual abuse of children; requests for changes in visits with children and regarding alimony; applications for joint custody or single-parent custody; the use of ADRs for the resolution of potential conflicts (e.g. family mediation); the advice of a forensic psychologist specifying how periods of lack of contact between parents and their children should be compensated; psychological expert reports; and parenting coordinations.

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