Failure to comply with the legal obligations of assistance inherent in parental authority or the necessary legal assistance established for the maintenance of descendants, ascendants or spouses who are in need.
It is also not satisfied for 2 consecutive months or 4 consecutive months any economic benefit in favor of your spouse or children established in a judicial proceeding.
This behavior can be punished with a prison sentence of up to 1 year.
Yes. If the judge deems it appropriate, he can disqualify the offender for the exercise of parental authority for a period of up to 10 years.
The existence of the crime is conditioned to the debtor’s economic capacity. So that, if we can prove the insolvency of the debtor or the obligation to satisfy its own existence, the criminal liability disappears, without prejudice to the maintenance of the debt to satisfy the food.
No. As of October 1, 2015, it is not a criminal offense to prevent compliance with the regime of visits to children established in the court order. However, that there is no criminal liability does not mean that the infraction goes unpunished.
Failure to comply with the visitation regime may result in a change of custody and custody through the corresponding civil procedure.