Scope of Family Law. Family law can be interpreted as a complete rule or rules relating to the laws relating to kinship and kinship due to marriage (marriage, parental authority, guardianship, trustworthiness, the ability not present).

Blood kinship is a family-owned by several people who have the same nobility. Kinship because of marriage is a related family-owned by marriage between family and blood from the family.

Scope of Family Law

Scope of Family Law

 

Heredity

Actually, what can prove the child origin is only a valid birth certificate. Who issues this certificate is the authorized official”. When the certificate of the birth does not exist, then, a determination about the child’s origin can be issued by the Court. Upon the court establishment, the Birth Registrar can issue a certificate of birth to the child. A child born out of wedlock only has a civil relationship with his mother and his mother’s family.

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Parental power

All children who are under 21 years old or have not been married before are under the authority of their parents. This means that when the child is still immature, the parents have the obligation of alimentation, namely the obligation to care for, educate, provide a living until the children are adults, or are married. On the other hand, the child is also obliged to obey the parents and if the child is married, he is obliged to help the economy of parents who are unable to go straight up.

Scope of Family Law

Scope of Family Law

Guardianship

Basically, orphans or children who are not dependent on parents ask for help and maintenance. Because it needs to be appointed guardian, namely the parent or foundation that will take care of the child’s legal needs and interests.

The judge usually appoints a guardian who is still the closest blood relative to the child, or the father of the child who for some reason is considered capable of marriages for it. However, the judge can also appoint a person or association such as a foundation as a trustee.

Maturing

Maturity is a statement that someone who has not reached adulthood or certain things is an equal or legal status with an adult. For example, in the matter of managing a company, such maturity can be granted by a court decision for an 18-year-old.

Supervision

People who need to be put under surveillance or supervision are people who are adults but cannot take care of their own interests properly. Such people, for example:

  • People with memory problems.
  • Power weak people.

People who are not able to take care of their own interests properly. For example, people who often interfere with the security or misbehave.

People put under authority are usually asked by husband or wife, blood relatives, or prosecutors. In the case of a weak person, the justification for asking for supervision is the person concerned. The curator, or the ability to be determined by the judge by appointing a husband or wife or other persons. Outside the family or association and accompanied by supervisors, namely the inheritance hall. The ability for that person ends when the reasons for the inclusion of someone under supervision are gone.

Marriage

One very important part of Family Law is Marriage Law.

  1. Marriage law

Marriage law is the overall regulations relating to marriage.

  1. The law of wealth

Wealth Law in Marriage is the whole regulations relating to the assets of husband and wife in marriage.

Well, those are brief explanations about family law. May it be useful!