Families: Rights, Laws, and Stability (Google eBook)
Janice R. Redmund, Kathleen B. Killigan
Nova Publishers, 2008 - Law - 145 pages
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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