Families: Rights, Laws, and Stability (Google eBook)

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Janice R. Redmund, Kathleen B. Killigan
Nova Publishers, 2008 - Law - 145 pages
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As populations in many developed countries begin to dwindle or become heavily unbalanced toward the aged, the support families, their structures and societal encouragement become vital issues. This book examines some of the perplexing and complex issues involved in this battle for survival focusing on rights, laws and stability of the family.
  

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Contents

FAMILY LAW CONGRESSS AUTHORITY TO LEGISLATE ON DOMESTIC RELATIONS QUESTIONS
1
FEDERAL INCOME TAX TREATMENT OF THE FAMILY
29
FATHERHOOD INITIATIVES CONNECTING FATHERS TO THEIR CHILDREN
53
INTERNATIONAL POPULATION ASSISTANCE AND FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAMS ISSUES FOR CONGRESS
75
STATE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE LAWS
95
EVEN START FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAMS AN OVERVIEW
111
POTENTIAL EFFECT OF MARRIAGE ON SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME SSI ELIGIBILITY AND BENEFITS
119
CHILD CUSTODY PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT AN OVERVIEW
129
Index
137
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Page 2 - Union, the whole subject of the domestic relations of husband and wife, parent and child, belongs to the laws of the State, and not to the laws of the United States.

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