Volgograd bailiffs returned the child to spouses who for seven years thought he was dead

In Volgograd, bailiffs helped bring the child back to the family, which his parents thought was dead seven years ago. The mother, upon learning that her son was alive, fainted.
Blame the medical error that occurred after giving birth in 2011, reported in the Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP). The doctors said that the boy was born weak and he will not live longer than a week. At first, the parents wrote a waiver of the baby and went home, but then they changed their mind and returned after five days. Then the doctors mistakenly informed them of his death.
The child was handed over to parents at the end of last year, the FSSP reported this just now.
As the child rights ombudsman in the Volgograd region, Nina Boldyreva, said to the doctors, the pair have no complaints and are not going to sue them.
"This strange story continued, when the court bailiff received an executive document for the enforcement of a couple of alimony payments [in the amount of about 230 thousand rubles] in favor of the orphanage for the maintenance of a minor child.
The bailiff at the address specified in the executive document, did not find any debtors or property belonging to them by right of ownership. However, among the responses to inquiries to the registering and controlling authorities, a personal account was opened in the name of citizen V., who avoided paying alimony. The cash in the account has been arrested.
The next day, the woman came to the reception to the official "with showdowns" - find out why her account was not functioning. The bailiff explained to her about the receipt of the writ of execution on recovery of alimony, about the initiation of enforcement proceedings and acquainted him with his materials. Looking at the documents, the parent fainted. And after bringing her to her senses, it turned out that the married couple had been all the time in the belief that the child had died!
Fortunately, this story has a happy ending! Parents who so unexpectedly learned about the "resurrection" of their baby, immediately went to court for the restoration of parental rights. In November 2017, justice triumphed, and on the eve of the offensive of 2018, the child was handed over to his legal parents for upbringing, receiving, probably, the most expensive gift in his life, not only from Santa Claus, but also from fate! "
FSSP Department for the Volgograd Region
"Since the parents changed their place of residence, they did not receive a summons, they simply returned from the post office to the court. As a result, the court decided to deprive them of their parental rights and collect alimony," said [Children's Ombudsman] Boldyrev.
She added that now the boy has already returned to a married couple from Volgograd. The children's ombudsman reported that the family is prosperous. Spouses, according to Boldyreva and the FSSP regional administration, flatly refuse to communicate with the media and ask not to give their last names.
RIA News"
It is unclear whether the couple will have to pay money in favor of the orphanage.

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