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THE CHARTER OF CHILDREN'S RIGHTS IN THE SEPARATION OF 9 PARENTS Children have the right to be preserved from economic issues Children have the right not to be involved in economic decisions and that both parents contribute adequately to their needs. Children have the right not to feel the weight of economic hardship of the new family balance, and not to be subjected to unjustified changes in family tenor and lifestyle, not to live forms of economic violence on the part of a parent. 10 Children have the right to receive explanations about decisions that affect them Children have the right to be heard, but decisions must be taken by the parents or, in case of disagreement, by the judge. Children have the right to receive explanations about their decisions, particularly when they differ from their demands and expressed wishes. The child has the right to receive non-conflicting explanations from the parents. 9