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ACTUALIZACIÓN DE DATOS PARA ABOGADOS

 

Dentro del proceso de unificación tecnológica se requiere  actualizar los datos de abogados y abogadas que litigan en la provincia de Azuay. Este procedimiento es indispensable para la correcta notificación en los procesos que patrocinan.

 

Descargue el formulario aquí y llévelo a la Oficina de Sorteos de Azuay

 
Pensiones mínimas

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Judicaturas en Azuay

DIRECCIÓN PROVINCIAL CONSEJO DE LA JUDICATURA DEL AZUAY

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DIRECCIÓN PROVINCIAL

SECRETARÍA

UNIDAD DE CONTROL DISCIPLINARIO

UNIDAD DE GESTIÓN PROCESAL

UNIDAD DE TALENTO HUMANO

UNIDAD JURÍDICA

UNIDAD DE PLANIFICACIÓN

UNIDAD FINANCIERA, ADMINISTRATIVA, COMUNICACIÓN SOCIAL

 

CORTE PROVINCIAL DE JUSTICIA DEL AZUAY

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PRESIDENCIA DE LA CORTE PROVINCIAL DE JUSTICIA DEL AZUAY

SALA DE LO PENAL DE LA CORTE PROVINCIAL DE JUSTICIA DEL AZUAY

SALA DE LO CIVIL Y MERCANTIL

PRIMERA SALA TRIBUNAL DISTRITAL CONTENCIOSO ADMINISTRATIVO

SEGUNDA SALA TRIBUNAL DISTRITAL CONTENCIOSO ADMINISTRATIVO

ESCUELA DE LA FUNCIÓN JUDICIAL

 

 

  

COMPLEJO JUDICIAL DE CUENCA

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TRIBUNAL DISTRITAL DE LO CONTENCIOSO TRIBUTARIO

SALA DE LO LABORAL DE LA CORTE PROVINCIAL DE JUSTICIA DE AZUAY

SALA ESPECIALIZADA EN FAMILIA, MUJER, NIÑEZ, ADOLESCENCIA Y ADOLESCENTES INFRACTORES DE LA CORTE PROVINCIAL DE JUSTICIA DE AZUAY

UNIDAD JUDICIAL CIVIL

UNIDAD JUDICIAL DEL TRABAJO

UNIDAD JUDICIAL DE INQUILINATO

UNIDAD JUDICIAL ESPECIALIZADA CONTRA LA VIOLENCIA A LA MUJER Y LA FAMILIA

UNIDAD JUDICIAL ESPECIALIZADA EN FAMILIA, MUJER, NIÑEZ Y ADOLESCENCIA

UNIDAD JUDICIAL PENAL

TRIBUNAL PRIMERO DE GARANTÍAS PENALES

TRIBUNAL SEGUNDO DE GARANTÍAS PENALES

TRIBUNAL TERCERO DE GARANTÍAS PENALES

 

OFICINA DE MEDIACIÓN

OFICINA DE SORTEOS

OFICINA DE CITACIONES

 

CANTONES

 

UNIDAD JUDICIAL MULTICOMPETENTE, Camilo Ponce Enríquez

UNIDAD JUDICIAL MULTICOMPETENTE, Girón

UNIDAD JUDICIAL DE FAMILIA, MUJER, NIÑEZ y ADOLESCENCIA, Girón

UNIDAD JUDICIAL DE FAMILIA, MUJER, NIÑEZ Y ADOLESCENCIA, Gualaceo

UNIDAD JUDICIAL CIVIL, Gualaceo

UNIDAD JUDICIAL PENAL, Gualaceo

UNIDAD JUDICIAL MULTICOMPETENTE, Nabón

UNIDAD JUDICIAL MULTICOMPETENTE, Oña

UNIDAD JUDICIAL CIVIL, Paute

UNIDAD JUDICIAL PENAL, Paute

UNIDAD JUDICIAL DE FAMILIA, MUJER, NIÑEZ y ADOLESCENCIA, Paute

UNIDAD JUDICIAL MULTICOMPETENTE, San Fernando

UNIDAD JUDICIAL MULTICOMPETENTE, Santa Isabel

UNIDAD JUDICIAL MULTICOMPETENTE, Sigsig

 

 
Cleaning games

1. “Just wait until dad (or mom) gets home” This is one of those lines you probably think of often during the day, but it’s best to remain unsaid, no matter how annoying your child is. If you really want to benefit from the fact that there is another adult involved in raising and educating this child, then you should behave with your life partner as you would with a professional scuba diver - jump together in the water. This means not leaving the “dirty work” to your partner. Even if you give your child over to the other parent the moment he arrives home, it’s best to decide together all the child-related issues. Besides, you don’t want to be responsible for making your child fear his other parent. This can be a fatal mistake, which can create a strange and difficult relationship between the child and the parent, as the child grows up. There’s one more thing to consider: this phrase will tell your child that you are not capable of handling the problem on your own. You can involve your partner if you consider it important that he knows, but let your child decide who should tell him: “Do you want to tell your father what happened or should I tell him, to make sure we get everything right?” This makes the child take responsibility for his actions. 2. “We’ll see.” You have 20 calls to make, bills to pay, a ton of clothes to iron and your child wants to know if he can invite his best friend over in the afternoon. “We’ll see ” is the pause button that helps you save time because you simply cannot make a decision; But these words tell the child that you are too busy for him or that you don’t care about what he is asking you. This will make the child insist with this request until he has annoyed you enough to make you give a harsh verdict. How can you react instead? Ask the child to tell you his request later; explain to him that you can’t focus to give him an answer right now. Or, if you intend to say NO, be open and tell your child that from the very beginning, no matter how angry your child will become or how hard he’ll take the negative answer (some children cannot accept the word “no”). 3. “Give your grandma, aunt etc. a kiss.” Would you kiss someone just because someone else tells you to? Would you feel more affectionate towards that person? Children are no different and, for a variety of reasons, it’s a good idea to respect your child’s personal space. Regardless of the child’s age, don’t force him to be affectionate with his relatives, just so that your family might say “What a well behaved child you have.” Kissing someone has nothing to do with a good upbringing. Let the respective adults win over the child with their behavior and the child will instinctively feel the need to be affectionate. Forcing a child to give a hug, room cleaning games a kiss or show affection to a stranger sends him the message that he has no control whatsoever regarding his shows of affection, which should come naturally. Children need to know that they can say NO to unwanted physical attention, starting with an early age, so that they will grow up knowing that they have the right to turn down unwanted affection. 4. “Calm down.” Many children have a hyperactive behavior. If your child can’t stand still, is always agitated and always moving around, it’s not a bad idea to tell him to calm down every now and then; calming down would do him good. In this case, calming down means to be physically calm. But when it comes to emotions, crying and other feelings, telling him to calm down means “Your feelings don’t matter, you’re actually pathetic.” Swallow your frustration when you see your child dramatizing things and tell him: “Wow, you’re really upset, let’s see what we can do about it.” You don’t want to show the child that expressing his emotions is something bad, as having a child who doesn’t show his emotions is dangerous and not easy to handle. How many children have ended up destroying their lives because of the repressed emotions? If you feel the need to have a calmer child, you need to try and involve him in activities that will calm him down; watch what type of food he eats and what type of activities make him agitated. A child may be restless due to his way of being, which is completely incompatible with his parents’ personality. If the child is eating right, get enough sleep and has plenty of exercise during the day, yet he doesn’t seem calm enough according to your expectations, maybe it’s time to review your expectations. Don’t make him feel like it’s not all right to be as he is. kitchen clean up game  

 
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