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Family Law in Australia; 9th edition
₱ 6,166.00
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DescriptionFamily Law in Australia provides a comprehensive; detailed and accessible analysis of key family law issues and their positioning in the Australian society. The underlying principles of family law as expressed in the present law are placed in their historical; social and legal context. The authors critically evaluate patterns of past and future reforms; making this text invaluable for scholarly and vocational study in law and as an authoritative text for practitioner use. The ninth edition of Family Law in Australia has been fully revised and updated by a team of authors highly experienced in family law. Developments include: major revision of chapters on property settlement; including developments arising out of Stanford (ZCA); Bevan & Bevan; Hoffman & Hoffman and Fields & Smith (FamCAFC); the changes in the area of ‘big money’ cases and the future of add-backs complex recent litigation on financial agreements; third parties and de facto relationships the impact of the 2012 amendments to Pt VII of the Family Law Act (relating to Children and Parenting) legislative developments and solutions on parentage and related issues; particularly surrogacy arrangements and assisted conception discussion of developments in relation to special medical procedures: Re Jamie (FamCAFC) (childhood gender identity disorder and the role of the court) increased focus on family dispute resolution methods; including the relevance of family law arbitration extended discussion of social policy throughout. Features Combines analysis of current law and discussion of trends in social policy and research An established and popular title with a longstanding reputation in the field Engaging; clear and relevant content

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Family History of Fear: A Memoir
₱ 2,432.00
Galleon

“ Family History of Fear has been in me for years. Along with this secret. From the instant I found out I was not who I thought I was.” Every family has its own history. Many families carry a tragic past. Like the author’s mother, many Poles did not tell their children a complete story of their wartime exploits—of the underground Home Army, the tragedy of the Warsaw Uprising, the civil war against the Communists. Years had to pass before the stories of suffering and heroism could be told. In Family History of Fear, Agata Tuszyńska, one of Poland’s most admired poets and cultural historians, writes of the stories she heard from her mother about her secret past. Tuszyńska, author of Vera Gran (“a book of extraordinary depth and power”—Richard Eder, The Boston Globe; “captivating”— Newsweek; “darkly absorbing, shrewd, and sharply etched”— Publishers Weekly ), has written a powerful memoir about growing up after the Second World War in Communist Poland—blonde, blue-eyed, and Catholic. The author was nineteen years old and living in Warsaw when her mother told her the truth—that she was Jewish—and began to tell her stories of the family’s secret past in Poland. Tuszyńska, who grew up in a country beset by anti-Semitism, rarely hearing the word “Jew” (only from her Polish Catholic father, and then, always in derision ), was unhinged, ashamed, and humiliated. The author writes of how she skillfully erased the truth within herself, refusing to admit the existence of her other half. In this profoundly moving and resonant book, Tuszyńska investigates her past and writes of her journey to uncover her family’s history during World War II—of her mother at age eight and her mother, entering the Warsaw Ghetto for two years as conditions grew more desperate, and finally escaping just before the uprising, and then living “hidden on the other side.” She writes of her grandfather, one of five thousand Polish soldiers taken prisoner in 1939, becoming, later, the country’s most famous radio sports announcer; and of her relatives and their mysterious pasts, as she tries to make sense of the hatred of Jews in her country. She writes of her discoveries and of her willingness to accept a radically different definition of self, reading the works of Isaac Bashevis Singer, opening up for her a world of Polish Jewry as he became her guide, and then writing about his life and work, circling her Jewish self in Lost Landscapes: In Search of Isaac Bashevis Singer and the Jews of Poland. A beautiful and affecting book of discovery and acceptance; a searing, insightful portrait of Polish Jewish life, lived before and after Hitler’s Third Reich.

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Family Law in America
₱ 2,347.00
Galleon

For many years family law was viewed as a study of the regulation of clearly defined relationships of husband and wife and parent and child. In the case of husband and wife, it was through formal legal procedures or informal arrangements called marriage. In the case of parent and child it was either through biology or adoption. Equally defined were the stages by which these relationships were established, maintained, and terminated. However, by the close of the twentieth century, basic questions about who should be officially designated a family member and by what procedure were being raised both in the legislature and in litigation. In addition, conventional models that had defined domestic relations such as marriage, divorce, and adoption were either being expanded to include contemporary patterns of living arrangements and the current reality, or new models were being constructed. In Family Law in America , Sanford N. Katz examines the present state of family law in America. Themes include the tension between individual autonomy and governmental regulation in all aspects of family law, the extent to which relationships established before marriage are being regulated, and how marriage is being redefined to take into account equality of the sexes, and the legal recognition of same-sex marriage in some jurisdictions. It demonstrates how the definition of marriage as a partnership in which the individual spouse's rights are recognized has resulted in protection of the vulnerable spouse. It also examines fault and no-fault divorce procedures and the extent to which these procedures reflect social realities. This volume describes state intervention into the parent and child relationship and how this is reflected in the reexamination of the privacy of the family unit. It concludes with a discussion of the conventional model of adoption of children and how new assisted reproductive technologies are having an impact on family formation, particularly adoption, to take into account new family forms. This second edition captures recent developments affecting family law in America, including the transformation of the institution of marriage from being a relationship between a man and a woman to encompassing same-sex marriage. It also features timely material with insights into adoption that take into account developments in assisted reproduction technologies and the discussion of sexual abuse of children by clergy. A newly added Preface focuses mainly on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Obergefell v. Hodges case which held in a 5-4 decision that the bans on same-sex marriage in Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee were unconstitutional; the Court held that the right to marry a person of the same sex is protected by the Due Process and Equal Protections Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment, and therefore may not be denied in any State.

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Family Law Reimagined
₱ 4,871.00
Galleon

One of the law's most important and far-reaching roles is to govern family life and family members. Family law decides who counts as kin, how family relationships are created and dissolved, and what legal rights and responsibilities come with marriage, parenthood, sibling ties, and other family bonds. Yet despite its significance, the field remains remarkably understudied and poorly understood both within and outside the legal community. Family Law Reimagined is the first book to evaluate the canonical narratives, examples, and ideas that legal decisionmakers repeatedly invoke to explain family law and its governing principles. These stories contend that family law is exclusively local, that it repudiates market principles, that it has eradicated the imprint of common law doctrines which subordinated married women, that it is dominated by contract rules permitting individuals to structure their relationships as they choose, and that it consistently prioritizes children's interests over parents' rights. In this book, Jill Elaine Hasday reveals how family law's canon misdescribes the reality of family law, misdirects attention away from the actual problems that family law confronts, and misshapes the policies that legal authorities pursue. She demonstrates how much of the "common sense" that decisionmakers expound about family law actually makes little sense. Family Law Reimagined uncovers and critiques the family law canon and outlines a path to reform. Challenging conventional answers and asking questions that judges and lawmakers routinely overlook, it calls on us to reimagine family law.

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Family Frames: Photography, Narrative and Postmemory
₱ 2,077.00
Galleon

Family photographs – snapshots and portraits, affixed to the refrigerator or displayed in gilded frames, crammed into shoeboxes or catalogued in albums – preserve ancestral history and perpetuate memories. Indeed, photography has become the family’s primary instrument of self-representation. In Family Frames, Marianne Hirsch uncovers both the deception and the power behind this visual record. Hirsch provocatively explores the photographic conventions for constructing family relationships and discusses artistic strategies for challenging these constructions. When we capture our family photographically, we are often responding to an idealized image. Contemporary artists and writers, Hirsch shows, have exposed the gap between lived reality and a perceived ideal to witness contradictions that shape visual representations of parents and children, siblings, lovers and extended families. This book exposes the passions and rivalries, the tensions and anxieties that have for the most part remained on the edges or outside family albums. And it also permits us to appreciate the power of family photographs and the important role they have assumed in shaping personal and cultural memory, particularly through the traumatic dislocations of the post-war and post- Holocaust moment. Family Frames offers both a theoretical analysis and a passionate exploration of photographs. All who cherish family pictures now have a new frame for viewing them.

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Family Matters: Feminist Concepts in African Philosophy of Culture (SUNY series, Feminist Philosophy)
₱ 3,454.00
Galleon

Charts new trends in gender studies through a compelling analysis of Igbo society. Prior to European colonialism, Igboland, a region in Nigeria, was a nonpatriarchal, nongendered society governed by separate but interdependent political systems for men and women. In the last one hundred fifty years, the Igbo family has undergone vast structural changes in response to a barrage of cultural forces. Critically rereading social practices and oral and written histories of Igbo women and the society, Nkiru Uwechia Nzegwu demonstrates how colonial laws, edicts, and judicial institutions facilitated the creation of gender inequality in Igbo society. Nzegwu exposes the unlikely convergence of Western feminist and African male judges’ assumptions about “traditional” African values where women are subordinate and oppressed. Instead she offers a conception of equality based on historical Igbo family structures and practices that challenges the epistemological and ontological bases of Western feminist inquiry. “Nzegwu has produced a genuinely groundbreaking text that will no doubt have a major impact on the study of Africa and our historical understanding of the social and political dynamics of the construction of ‘modern’ families and gender relations for generations to come.” — Lewis R. Gordon, author of Existentia Africana: Understanding Africana Existential Thought “I know of no other book expressing the reality of West African women through such a clear and strong indigenous voice, one that requires scholars take much more seriously questions about the foundations of their disciplines. Nzegwu is not only explaining the distinctive aspects of West African gendered social organization and its implications for critical understanding of North American society, and of ourselves generally, but also addressing the epistemological significance of such a distinctive conception of gender.” — Susan E. Babbitt, author of Artless Integrity: Moral Imagination, Agency, and Stories

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Family Secrets: Crossing the Colour Line
₱ 1,978.00
Galleon

Catherine Slaney grew into womanhood unaware of her celebrated Black ancestors. An unanticipated meeting was to change her life. Her great-grandfather was Dr. Anderson Abbott, the first Canadian-born Black to graduate from medical school in Toronto in 1861. In Family Secrets Catherine Slaney narrates her journey along the trail of her family tree, back through the era of slavery and the plight of fugitive slaves, the Civil War, the Elgin settlement near Chatham, Ontario, and the Chicago years. Why did some of her family identify with the Black Community while others did not? What role did "passing" play? Personal anecdotes and excerpts from archival Abbott family papers enliven the historical context of this compelling account of a family dealing with an unknown past. A welcome addition to African-Canadian history, this moving and uplifting story demonstrates that understanding one’s identity requires first the embracing of the past. "When Catherine Slaney first consulted me, her intention was to research the life of her distinguished ancestor Anderson R. Abbott. After she told me her story of the discovery of her African heritage and the search for her roots, I urged her to make that the subject of her book. Cathy has served both of these objectives, giving us an intricate and fascinating account of her quest for her own lost identity through the gradual illumination of Dr. Abbott and his legacy for modern Canadians. Family Secrets carries an important message about the issue of ’race’ as a historical artifact and as a factor in the lives of real people." – James W. St. G. Walker, University of Waterloo "This is a welcome addition to the growing collection of African-Canadian materials that connects an unknown past to a promising future. That Slaney was unaware of her Black ancestry, despite that heritage being so rich and powerful, speaks to the dilemma of Black history research – it is there but requires considerable digging to uncover." – Rosemary Sadlier, President, Ontario Black History Society

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Family Law (Aspen Casebook Series)
₱ 5,475.00
Galleon

When you purchase a new version of this casebook from the LIFT Program, you receive 1-year FREE digital access to the corresponding Examples & Explanations in your course area. Now available in an interactive study center, Examples & Explanations offer hypothetical questions complemented by detailed explanations that allow you to test your knowledge of the topics covered in class. Starting July 1, 2017, if your new casebook purchase does not come with an access code on the inside cover of the book, please contact Wolters Kluwer customer service. The email address and phone number for customer service are on the copyright page, found within the first few pages, of your casebook. A modern and teachable casebook for the family law course, offering comprehensive coverage and a mix of interdisciplinary materials. Features: Developments on marriage promotion/divorce reform efforts, which include mandated marriage classes Case law on parental alienation/friendly parent provisions with increasing numbers of women losing custody The continuing move away from the marital presumption, with new cases from Kentucky The extension of estoppel principles in parentage decisions, particularly in California and New York Update of states recognizing same-sex partners' parenting rights A brief new section on the right to know biological parents, including the new case in Canada Update on new statutory regulation of surrogacy including limitations to women with established medical need International recognition of assisted reproduction, with new case from France refusing to grant citizenship to child of French parents born to surrogate abroad.

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Family Trusts: A Guide for Beneficiaries, Trustees, Trust Protectors, and Trust Creators (Bloomberg)
₱ 2,951.00
Galleon

An insightful and practical guide to family trusts Family Trusts is a step-by-step guide for anyone involved in family trusts: trust creators, trustees, beneficiaries, and advisors. It will help families create and administer a culture that recognizes trusts as a gift of love. Marrying the practical and emotional aspects of family wealth, this book provides a hands-on primer that focuses on fostering positive relationships, and structuring the trust appropriately for the situation and the people involved. It tackles difficult topics with frank and honest discussion, from the first beneficiary meeting to working with addictions, and more. Written by a team of experts in family wealth, this information is becoming increasingly crucial to the successful execution of a trust; you'll learn what type of person makes the best trustee, how to be an excellent beneficiary, and the technical aspects that help you build a better trust from the very beginning. There's been a staggering increase in trustee/beneficiary litigation and hostility, but that doesn't mean it's inevitable. Plenty of trusts are running smoothly, with positive experiences on all sides. This book shows you how to set up your trust to succeed from the start, with step-by-step guidance and expert insight. Express clear and thoughtful intent for the trust Create a healthy and supportive culture Select the right trustee, trust protector, and trust advisor Take the time to prepare before initially meeting the beneficiary Conduct a productive first meeting to set a tone for the relationship Historically, there has been little consideration given to the culture of trusts, and this oversight may be a key driver of the behavior that's becoming more prevalent. Family Trusts explores the nature of these relationships, and shows you how to build a trust that retains the nature and spirit with which it was intended.

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Family Law in America
₱ 5,642.00
Galleon

For many years family law was viewed as a study of the regulation of clearly defined relationships of husband and wife and parent and child. In the case of husband and wife, it was through formal legal procedures or informal arrangements called marriage. In the case of parent and child it was either through biology or adoption. Equally defined were the stages by which these relationships were established, maintained, and terminated. However, by the close of the twentieth century, basic questions about who should be officially designated a family member and by what procedure were being raised both in the legislature and in litigation. In addition, conventional models that had defined domestic relations such as marriage, divorce, and adoption were either being expanded to include contemporary patterns of living arrangements and the current reality, or new models were being constructed. In Family Law in America , Professor Sanford N. Katz examines the present state of family law in America. Themes include the tension between individual autonomy and governmental regulation in all aspects of family law, the extent to which relationships established before marriage are being regulated, and how marriage is being redefined to take into account equality of the sexes, and the legal recognition of same-sex marriage in some jurisdictions. It demonstrates how the definition of marriage as a partnership in which the individual spouse's rights are recognized has resulted in protection of the vulnerable spouse. It also examines fault and no-fault divorce procedures and the extent to which these procedures reflect social realities. This volume describes state intervention into the parent and child relationship and how this is reflected in the reexamination of the privacy of the family unit. It concludes with a discussion of the conventional model of adoption of children and how new assisted reproductive technologies are having an impact on family formation, particularly adoption, to take into account new family forms. This second edition captures recent developments affecting family law in America, including the transformation of the institution of marriage from being a relationship between a man and a woman to encompassing same-sex marriage. Also, this new edition features timely material with insights into adoption that take into account developments in assisted reproduction technologies and the discussion of sexual abuse of children by clergy.

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Family Values: Between Neoliberalism and the New Social Conservatism (Zone / Near Futures)
₱ 2,838.00
Galleon

Why was the discourse of family values so pivotal to the conservative and free-market revolution of the 1980s and why has it continued to exert such a profound influence on American political life? Why have free-market neoliberals so often made common cause with social conservatives on the question of family, despite their differences on all other issues? In this book, Melinda Cooper challenges the idea that neoliberalism privileges atomized individualism over familial solidarities, and contractual freedom over inherited status. Delving into the history of the American poor laws, she shows how the liberal ethos of personal responsibility was always undergirded by a wider imperative of family responsibility and how this investment in kinship obligations is recurrently facilitated the working relationship between free-market liberals and social conservatives. Neoliberalism, she argues, must be understood as an effort to revive and extend the poor law tradition in the contemporary idiom of household debt. As neoliberal policymakers imposed cuts to health, education, and welfare budgets, they simultaneously identified the family as a wholesale alternative to the twentieth-century welfare state. And as the responsibility for deficit spending shifted from the state to the household, the private debt obligations of family were defined as foundational to socioeconomic order. Despite their differences, neoliberals and social conservatives were in agreement that the bonds of family needed to be encouraged -- and at the limit enforced -- as a necessary counterpart to market freedom. In a series of case studies ranging from Bill Clinton's welfare reform to the AIDS epidemic and from same-sex marriage to the student loan crisis, Cooper explores the key policy contributions made by neoliberal economists and legal theorists. Only by restoring the question of family to its central place in the neoliberal project, she argues, can we make sense of the defining political alliance of our times, that between free-market economics and social conservatism.

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Family 2.0: Harness Business Principles to Reboot your in 4 Days
₱ 2,562.00
Galleon

Entrepreneurs need to be ambitious to be successful. But all too often, this go-getter mentality is both a blessing and a curse at home. If you struggle with balancing your family and business life, this was written for you. Family 2.0 offers a customizable roadmap to help you reboot your family, shared with touching sincerity by an entrepreneur, husband and father who has been there too. Let’s face it: You’re fed up with your family life. No, you aren’t exactly miserable, but you’re definitely not happy either. And it’s starting to drive you crazy. Whether it’s a lack of communication, respect, or love, something is preventing your family from being truly happy and aligned. It never feels like everyone is on the same page and you’ve been struggling to get along. You’ve tolerated it for a long time, but now you’re sick of it. You want to create a better life for you and your family. You’re ready for something to change. You want your family members to get along better, communicate more, and each individually reach their full potential. You’re eager to foster a more trusting and loving environment at home. You aspire to have more meaningful relationships with everyone, and to understand each person on a deeper level. More than anything, you want to be excited to go home to your family—especially after a long day of work. Realizing the distance between your family’s daily reality and your vision of what your family could be can be exhausting. And as an entrepreneur, this battle between balancing your business and loved ones is all too common. If it isn’t your wife giving you a guilt trip about all the work trips you’ve been going on, then it’s your daughter asking tearfully why you don’t want to spend time with her. Or maybe it’s your husband, who feels completely disconnected from you because you’re connected to your emails all the time. Almost all entrepreneurs have been in your shoes, and yet few are willing to talk about it. It’s time for that to change. In Family 2.0, this sensitive—and extremely important—issue is addressed head on. Written by serial entrepreneur, husband and father Jay Feitlinger, this book shares the highs and lows of the author’s own experiences of trying to balance running a business and prioritizing his family. Through touching personal stories, and an actionable roadmap you can use immediately, the takeaway is clear: you can still be an entrepreneur, and not sacrifice your family in the process. Dealing with family challenges may not come as naturally to you as business does, so business analogies are used throughout the book to help you better relate to each topic. The author also walks you through how certain business skills can improve your relationships. After all, you already have what it takes to strengthen your family; you just need to approach things a bit differently. By taking readers through personal anecdotes and activities (complete with corresponding worksheets), you will walk away with actionable, fun ways to inspire your family and create a fresh, strong start together. Family 2.0 is completely customizable for your unique family and needs. You can go through the process in one day or four days. You can choose to make a trip out of it, or enjoy it from the comfort of your own home. You can adapt it to any family structure and any set of circumstances. However you choose to tailor the roadmap to you and your loved ones, this process can help you achieve the balance and peace you’ve been seeking. Once you’re done going through this journey, you won’t just have a fulfilling career; you will finally have a fulfilling life.

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Family Inc.: Using Business Principles to Maximize Your 's Wealth (Wiley Finance)
₱ 2,588.00
Galleon

Actionable, practical CFO training for the Family Chief Financial Officer Family Inc. is not just a personal finance book; it is a "how to" guide for achieving financial security. By borrowing time tested principles used in business and applying them to family financial planning, Family Inc. provides a powerful framework for navigating all of life's big financial decisions. You will learn how to think strategically as the Family Chief Financial Officer; how to make investments in education and yourself to benefit your career; how to manage your hard earned money to make it work for you; how to use financial products like insurance, investments and debt; how to think like an entrepreneur; how to achieve peace of mind in retirement and how to teach your family these important life skills. Every family needs a CFO to navigate the "financial game of life", and the principles of corporate finance apply from the boardroom to the living room. Family Inc. delivers practical, actionable advice in the form of CFO training to help you plot a real-world family financial plan. Family Inc. and the author have been quoted or featured by major media outlets to include The NY Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CNBC, TIME, PBS,NPR, Fast Company, The Larry Kudlow Show, Huffington Post, Investor's Business Daily, American Association of Individual Investors, Stars & Stripes, Home and Family Finance Radio, Military.com and The Motley Fool.

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Family Caregiving in the New Normal
₱ 6,559.00
Galleon

Family Caregiving in the New Normal discusses how the drastic economic changes that have occurred over the past few years have precipitated a new conversation on how family care for older adults will evolve in the future. This text summarizes the challenges and potential solutions scientists, policy makers, and clinical providers must address as they grapple with these changes, with a primary focus given to the elements that may impact how family caregiving is organized and addressed in subsequent decades, including sociodemographic trends like divorce, increased participation of women in the workforce, geographic mobility, fewer children in post-baby boom families, chronic illness trends, economic stressors, and the current policy environment. A section on the support of caregivers includes technology-based solutions that examine existing models, personal health records, and mobile applications, big data issues, decision-making support, person-centered approaches, crowd-sourced caregiving such as blogs and personal websites that have galvanized caregivers, and new methods to combine paid and unpaid forms of care. Provides a concise "roadmap" of the demographic, economic, health trends, and policy challenges facing family caregivers Presents potential solutions to caregiving so that scientists, policymakers, and clinical providers can best meet the needs of families and communities in the upcoming decades Includes in-depth, diverse stories of caregivers of persons with different diseases who share perspectives Covers person-centered care approaches to family caregiving that summarize effective community-based services of psychosocial intervention models Examines how existing efficacious models can more effectively reach and serve individual families

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Family Ties and Aging
₱ 7,481.00
Galleon

Providing an integrated and thorough representation of what we know from current research and contemporary society, Family Ties and Aging is the only book that shows how pressing issues of our time―an aging population, changing family structures, and new patterns of work-family balance―are negotiated in the family lives of middle-aged and older adults. Focusing on such key questions as " How do current trends and social arrangements affect family relationships?" and "What are the implications of what we know for future research, theory, practice, and policy?" author Ingrid Arnet Connidis explores groups and relationships that typically receive short shrift, including single, divorced, and childless older people and their family relationships, as well as sibling relationships among the elderly, live-in partnerships not formalized by marriage, and the kinds of family ties forged by gay and lesbian individuals over the life course. The Second Edition is thoroughly updated to include the latest research and theoretical developments, recent media coverage of related issues, and new information on intimate relationships in later life, gay and lesbian partnerships, sibling ties, and elder neglect/abuse. Key Features Weaves the vast range of information about the many facets of family relationships and aging into a critical, comprehensive, and integrated whole Explores a range of intimate relationships, what happens when they end, and pathways to intimacy in old age Emphasizes diversity in terms of gender, age, class, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation throughout to help readers learn about similarities and differences in family relationships as we age Links the discussion of various family relationships in mid- and later life to current and future directions for research, practice, and policy Family Ties and Aging is appropriate for use in upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses such as Families and Aging, Sociology of Aging, and Introduction to Gerontology in departments of family studies, sociology, social work, and gerontology.

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Family and Succession Law in Mexico
₱ 7,610.00
Galleon

Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this concise exposition and analysis of the essential elements of law with regard to family relations, marital property, and succession to estates in Mexico covers the legal rules and customs pertaining to the intertwined civic status of persons, the family, and property. After an informative general introduction, the book proceeds to an in-depth discussion of the sources and instruments of family and succession law, the authorities that adjudicate and administer the laws, and issues surrounding the person as a legal entity and the legal disposition of property among family members. Such matters as nationality, domicile, and residence; marriage, divorce, and cohabitation; adoption and guardianship; succession and inter vivos arrangements; and the acquisition and administration of estates are all treated to a degree of depth that will prove useful in nearly any situation likely to arise in legal practice. The book is primarily designed to assist lawyers who find themselves having to apply rules of international private law or otherwise handling cases connected with Mexico . It will also be of great value to students and practitioners as a quick guide and easy-to-use practical resource in the field, and especially to academicians and researchers engaged in comparative studies by providing the necessary, basic material of family and succession law.

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Family Law in Australia; 9th edition ₱ 6,166.00 Coop
Family Violence (Lucent Overview Series) ₱ 3,262.00 Galleon
Family Kaleidoscope ₱ 2,875.00 Galleon
Family Family Plot DVD ₱ 404.00 Nzgameshop
Family Family 1 And 2 DVD ₱ 246.00 Nzgameshop
Family : The Compact Among Generations ₱ 3,787.00 Galleon
Family Law Disk 8: Drafting a Tight Judgment ₱ 2,304.00 Galleon
Family Law Litigation (The Lawyering) ₱ 4,060.00 Galleon
Family Family Guy - Season 4 DVD ₱ 475.00 Nzgameshop
Family Based Services: A Solution-Based Approach (Norton Professional Books) ₱ 3,302.00 Galleon
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