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    Family Leave Law

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    This article discus the Law of childcare and the family leave law. This law States that the company employees would most likely receive up to a year off after birth, but can automatically come back after a year. The only issue is that with this law non regular workers are increasingly likely to lose their jobs after leaving for child care. Their job position is not safe and results in mothers leaving workforce. Since October 1st,2015 through last Thursday as many as 7,058 people signed a petition for the panel of the health, labor and welfare ministry to view. The group Matahara say that the employers use the law for childcare and the family leave law to deny child leave. Because when it comes to non-regular workers it can result in them leaving…

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    Family Law

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    with a crisis of legal nature in the family can be so unnerving and difficult to you and other family members. Fam Law is a site dedicated to providing legal information on family law. The firm is committed to providing crucial assistance on matter touching on family law because we understand that family matters must be handled with utmost confidentiality, sensitivity and exception representation. In general terms, family law or matrimony laws are court procedures, rules and regulations…

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    Australian Family Law

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    of the aims of Australia’s family laws is to respond to the ever changing values of society. The success of this is valued and determined by whether any significant action has been taken, and what the effects of such actions are in keeping up with society’s expectations. The effectiveness of family law on changing values cannot be determined when regarded as a whole. However, when broken down to be examined, such as in the topic of best interest of the child in separation cases and the issue of…

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    Australian Family Law

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    TO WHAT EXTENT DOES THE LAW REFLECT MORAL AND ETHICAL STANDARDS OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY IN RELATION TO FAMILY MEMBERS? Family law refers to the area of the Australian Legal System (ALS) which is responsible for issues involving family members including domestic violence, divorce, marriage, surrogacy, and equality between de facto and same sex couples. It is of extreme importance that the ALS protects all family members with a main emphasis on the rights and obligations of parents and children. In…

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    Family Law Case Analysis

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    There are always many disputes after the breakdown of marriage between the two parties, such as custody and spousal support. The issue of spousal support often generates significant controversy and discussion. The new Divorce Act, which was enacted in 1985 and still remain effective today, is the federal Act that governs divorce including the order of spousal support in Canada (Boyd, 2015). This essay will discuss how the courts views the issue of spousal support in Lee v Lee (2014), a family…

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    Hammurabi Family Laws

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    Hammurabi’s Laws on Family Relationships The excerpt, Hammurabi’s Laws on Family Relationship, came from the book, Traditions & Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past. The book was published in 2010 and the excerpt comes from page 36. The document is important because it gives us a view of some of the different family laws Hammurabi instructed his people to follow. The scholarly book, Social Thought: From Hammurabi to Comte, seems to agree with the same statements in the scholarly source…

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    Family Law Act 1975

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    ASSESSING “SPECIAL” CONTRIBUTIONS PURSUIANT TO S 79(4) OF THE FAMILY LAW ACT 1975 (CTH) 13337720 I INTRODUCTION In distributing property, the Court must assess the parties’ respective contribution during the marriage under s 79(4) of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) to the extent that it is just and equitable. The scenario of “special” contribution arises where one party possesses a “special skill” which in turn results in a significant increase in the asset pool of the parties’ in a long-term…

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    Mediation helps the parents to avoid the hostility and trauma that can sometimes result from a custody dispute. While the mediator may be able to make a recommendation, they cannot impose a solution, merely acting as an impartial party. The goal of a mediator is to help the parents craft an agreement that keeps the child’s best interests at the forefront. Collaborative Family Law is another type of ADR in which a creative effort is used in order for both parties to come to an agreement,…

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    1800 bce he claims he got these laws from the god of justice Shamash . Were these laws just? I believe that these laws were just. In this essay we will first talk about family law,property law and personal. The first set of laws we will discuss are the family laws which I think are just. In document c law 149 states “If a married lady is caught [in adultery] with another man, they shall bind them and cast them into the water.” This law means if the woman is caught in adultery she would be…

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    Civil union disputes that led to lawsuits are the growing part of Family Law. The law looks into the fact that a civil union is a legal choice which has been joined through traditional marriage and only through a law suit will the dissolution of the civil union be acquired. Additionally, other issues included in the law are adoption and child custody, property and inheritance issues, and a lot more. Family Law cannot be limited within the limitations of societal, economic or legal rules. There…

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