In the centre of this thesis are juridical problems, which became visible during the last five years since the legalization of the 24-hour care. The problems of this special kind of care are taken up and then it is tried to find solutions with the help of the Law, however, also with appropriate secondary literature. On this occasion, there are not only difficulties which people in need of care concern, rather the problems of all partners are taken up, to get sure to have a neutral point of view. This thesis focuses on the problems in the area of the Administrative Law.In the first part the juridical basic conditions of the 24-hour care are summarized. The main attention is paid here on the usual as well as the transferred competences of the nursing stuff. Besides, the specific features which apply for foreign nursing stuff and their education is also mentioned.The second part of the work is about the problems in reality. Here, for example, questions about keeping the household book or taking over the role of the employer are settled. A special attention is paid on the rights of the nursing stuff, because, for example, the necessary equipment of the room, which must be made available to the nursing stuff, raises questions.In the work a total of twelve problems from the practice are taken up. These issues and problems are taken from interviews with nursing stuff, some relatives, some people in need of care and with some qualified nurses. Also a few difficulties appealed in the literature, are discussed. The issues, which are discussed in this paper, are those which were noticed in the investigation several times, these are therefore no isolated cases.