When the divorce process is carried out, property division and child custody are the issues likely to be in dispute. Especially for child custody, even if there is a decision of a competent Court, problems related to the caring of, nurturance for, and education of the children still potentially occur between father and mother, at least until the children are fully grown up and can support themselves. In cases where the Court has decided that one parent has the right to sole custody of the children after the divorce, the other parent is still entitled to request the Court to change that decision. This right is exercised when the parents agree upon changing the custodial parent or that the person who has custody of the children is no longer eligible. Especially in the case of children under 18 years old, one of the divorced parents may request the Court to restrict the other’s custodial right over their children. If the Court accepts this request and imposes the restriction, the requesting parent may substitute themselves as the new custodial parent to raise the child, manage his or her properties, and become the legal representative for him or her. The custodial right of a parent is only restricted if that person destroys the children’s properties, becomes morally corrupted, encourages or forces the child to commit crimes, violates social moral; or when being convicted of one of the crimes of infringing the children’s life, health, dignity, and honour with intentional faults, or seriously violates the obligation to look after, care for, raise and educate the children. However, the duration for the restriction over a parent’s right to have custody of a minor children is only of 05 years and the substitute person must also meet all conditions to look after, raise, care for and educate the children.
In addition, next of kin including
people with marriage relationships, foster relationships, people of the same
direct bloodline and relatives within three generations, or State agencies managing matters of family and children, or Women’s
Unions have the right to request the Court to change the custodial parent if
they have sufficient ground to prove that the parent no longer meets the requirements to be capable of looking after, caring for, raising and educating the children or that
he or she behaves in a way satisfying the restriction on the right
to have custody of minor children.
 Article 86.1 of the Law on Marriage and Family 2014.
 Article 87.1 of the Law on Marriage and Family 2014.
 Article 85.1 of the Law on Marriage and Family 2014.
 Articles 85.2, 87.2.(b) of the Law on Marriage and Family 2014.
 Article 3.19 of the Law on Marriage and Family 2014.
 Articles 84.5, 86.2 of the Law on Marriage and Family 2014.
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