APPlICATION TO THE ECHR:
PROTECTION OF THE RIGHT TO PRIVATE AND FAMILY LIFE

We help to protect the right to respect for private and family life in the European Court of Human Rights!

 

If you have encountered violations related to your privacy, family life, home security, or the confidentiality of your correspondence , you should exercise your right to seek redress from the ECtHR.

 

Remember! No one can deprive you of the protection of your inalienable human rights and fundamental freedoms, even if your State cannot provide it with national means of protection.

Article 8. The right to respect for private and family life

 

"1.  Everyone  has  the  right  to  respect  for  his  private  and  family  life, his home and his correspondence.

2. There shall be no interference by a public authority with the exercise  of  this  right  except  such  as  is  in  accordance  with  the  law  and  is  necessary  in  a  democratic  society  in  the  interests  of  national security, public safety or the economic well-being of the country, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others."

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Our experienced lawyers can accompany your case at all stages - from a written application to the defense of the position in the European Court.

The right to privacy covers a fairly wide range of legal relationships. Among the most common areas in which violations of Article 8 of the Convention can be alleged are:

PRIVATE LIFE

  • violation of personal bodily inviolability;

  • unreasonable testing of a person's physical condition without his consent;

  • violation of the human right to self-identification;

  • illegal surveillance in private places, in particular in a residential building.

  • unauthorized photo and video shooting.

FAMILY LIFE

  • Seizure of a child from parents without deprivation of the last parental rights;

  • deportation of a person from the country where his family and close family members live;

  • non-compliance with legal rights regarding guardianship and custody;

  • appeal against deprivation of parental rights;

  • restrictions on the right to communicate with the family;

  • violation of marital rights, often regardless of official legal status;

  • legal relations for establishing paternity.

 

HOME

  • interference in a person's personal space, including his or her home;

  • illegal inspections and searches of housing.

 

CONFIDENTIALITY

  • violation of the secrecy of correspondence;

  • recording of telephone conversations without legal justification;

  • failure to protect personal data;

  • unreasonable dissemination of confidential information about a person without his consent.

  • disclosure of medical information

For a detailed consultation about your specific situation - contact our lawyers by phone or describe your problem in the CHAT (at the bottom of the page).