Family law-marriage and union
Jan26

Family law-marriage and union

Great part of family law is made around laws that govern marriage, union and domestic partnership.
34758775256617adc3bcc1489190313_214x153x1417700When we talk about marriage we are in fact talking about civil marriage, while many of us don’t know a lot about religious marriage. Civil marriage is done in from of law, and it becomes legal status of both parties that have wed. On the other hand religious marriage is a liturgical rite or any other process that brings two people together in from of the other believers and their god. Some religions have different rules in who can marry who, and civil government has no influence and doesn’t want to apply influence in changing that.

Every couple must join in social marriage or their status would not change in the eyes of the law. On the other hand religious marriage may or may not happen, it doesn’t change any rights the couple has with social marriage. It is their choice whether they will marry in front of a god. In USA a priest of any major religion has rights to marry two people in both social and religious union, while in Europe it isn’t the case.

Civil union is used was used by several states in USA in order to give couple rights to homosexual couples. They were not allowed to marry, so those states came up with civil unions. Only issue was in small number of states that recognized civil unions. In other states those people were not considered as couples, they were individuals in from of the law.

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Domestic partnership represents two people, no matter the gender, who are living together, but they refuse or they can’t get married. They support each other like any other couple and they live together, only difference between them and married couples is on the paper and in the lack of laws the couples have. That means that they have no rights or protection that social marriage offers to both people.

This is just an outline of one part of family law. There is a lot to be said about family law and marriage rights and you can contact moved here for more information.

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Family law-adoption and surrogacy
Jan26

Family law-adoption and surrogacy

For those couples who are unable to have kids there are two ways out of it, adoption and surrogacy.

A portion of couples will pick surrogacy as their option, because they want their child to have blood of at least of its parents. Surrogacy is preferred option for couples that want their own child, but one of the would be parents is unable to have children. Many parents will choose surrogacy because they want top care of their child, and clear and known medical history of at least one parent.

Adoption-vs-Surrogacy_legalChoosing surrogacy as an option means that you will have three major steps in the process of having a child. First step is to find an agency which would help you locate surrogate partner that fits to the desires of the future parents. One of the best agency is over here agency. Second step includes strict medical and psychological testing of the surrogate parent in order to turn away all inadequate surrogates who would bring a possibility of some kind of disease to the child. Third step is medical step in which the artificial insemination is done. Law is strict in the case of surrogate parents, and this process may cost over 100 000 dollars.
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Adoption, both private or public, costs a lot less, up to 40 000 dollars in worst cases, but there are strict laws that define who can adopt a child.

Apart from all check of your home, where safety of it is checked along with estimation of whether it is child friendly, you will be checked as well. For example, if were criminal in past then your chances of adoption are very small. If that criminal past had any connection with crimes done to children then you will have no chance of becoming a parent through adoption.

Many adoptions are adoptions of children that are several years old, but there are adoptions in which parents take baby at childbirth. In open adoption cases parents will take the child from its biological parent but they will stay in contact with her. In those cases parents will more than often meet future biological mother and evaluate her from their standpoint as well.

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Family law-Parental child abduction
Jan26

Family law-Parental child abduction

Once a court divorce happens the child or any number of them are given into the care of the parent who is deemed as better parent for the children. But in some cases other parent will disagree with court order and without any other options he or she will kidnap that child and take it away from its legal custodian.

This act is clearly against the child law which is a part of family law. In this case don’t hesitate to contact  we thought about this. Several things are assumed once that happens, and most important of them is that the parent abductor has full control of the child, and there is no law to stop them doing whatever they want. Another things is that abductor has no interest in the child apart of it being a leverage in his plan.

Due to number of parental child abductions the researchers came with profiles of likely abductors which can help police in their search of the child:
imgpoint20080516_9098225_2– Parents that have made threats of abductions and those that have already abducted their children are prime suspects in these cases
– As well as parents who were suspected of child abuse in past
– All people that became paranoid or delusional after they lost their children after divorce or those that have shown that kind of state in past
– Sociopathic parents
– Parents that have divorced due to strong ties to another country, they will abduct the child and try to smuggle it to that country

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– And parents that lost their faith in legal system and they have shown that.
Greatest impact of parental child abduction is felt by the child itself. The child will suffer some deleterious effects from the abduction including depression and loneliness, anger and helplessness and an array of other effects all depending on the child and general reasons for abduction and treatment that child gets by the abducting parent.

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