In the Swedish judicial system, the rules governing proceedings in family matters are scattered across many statutes. As Dr. Aleksander Wróbel emphasizes, in general terms, these solutions are structurally similar to those adopted in Poland. The special proceedings adopted in Swedish literature can be compared to Polish separate proceedings. However, in Sweden there are proceedings relating to administrative proceedings. This is due to the fact that they fall within the competence of public administration bodies.
As part of this study, the author discusses the laws whose task is to regulate family law proceedings in Sweden. They do not have a uniform structure because they cover civil and administrative proceedings.