Every Parent's Guide to the Law
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I am curious about . Adele Valois It seemed to be easier raising children years ago. Society has become complex; more mothers are in the workforce; more children are raised in single-parent households and there are increasingly more choices involving pregancy and starting a family.Every Parent's Guide to the Law by Deborah L. Forman offers practical advice to the problems and situations parents face daily and an awareness of legal issues parents may encounter. This valuable re
. Laws differ from state to state, so by definition a book like this cannot supplant good legal assistance, but Every Parent's Guide to the Law is a good place to look before you call the lawyer. Every Parent's Guide to the Law is an easy-to-understand and easy-to-reference resource guide to parenting and the law that no family should be without. You may know when to expect your child to begin teething or how to give a "time out," but do you know enough about kids and tax issues? What about parental rights in the workplace? As Deborah L. This "big book" has legal information on everything that might possibly concern a parent. Forman, a nationally known expert on family law and author of Every Parent's Guide to the Law, writes, "the law has something to say about virtually every aspect of child rearing, from the decision t
From medical care, education, and teenager’s rights to custody, child abuse, and reproductive technologies, this indispensable home reference explains the legal issues that families confront today in clear, easy-to-understand language.