Family law

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The family law is the branch of civil law that the legal relations by marriage , partnership , family and kinship regulates persons interconnected. It also regulates the legal representation functions that exist outside the family : guardianship , guardianship and legal support .

A currently controversial topic in family law is the protection of children in rainbow families or the legal equality of these in every respect.

Legal situation in individual countries

For the legal situation in individual countries, see:


Individual evidence

  1. Modernization of family law to protect children in rainbow families. Retrieved September 20, 2018 .