A group made up of parents and their children. A group of people who live together and have a shared commitment to a domestic relationship. Family law, a body of law that regulates family relations, including marriage and divorce, treatment of children and related economic matters. In general, family law involves legal issues that belong to families, including married couples, parents and children.
Because each state has its own family laws, if you need legal assistance in this area, it's important to look for an experienced lawyer in your state. It may be necessary to adapt the law further to the needs of single-parent families in areas such as the organization of family and child welfare services and the legal and administrative machinery for family support, work assistance, day care and the like. Family groups in some societies have tended to be complex, such as the Roman parent group, the upper-class Chinese family, the Indian joint family, the samurai family in Japan, and many customary family structures in Africa.