Nature of Marriage and Marital Contracts; Marriage Requisites and Common Law Marriage; Cohabitation Without Marriage -- Heterosexual, Relationships and Same-Sex Unions; Husband and Wife; Divorce -- Status Issues; Divorce -- Financial Consequences; Parental Child Support Obligation; Child Custody; Parental Obligation of Care and Control, and the Juvenile Court System; Children's Rights; Legitimacy, Illegitimacy, and Paternity; Adoption; Procreation.
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THE NATURE OF MARRIAGE AND MARITAL CONTRACTS
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