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Family is all members of family, sons and daughthers, actually siblings of a married couple. Family can include more members, like grandfathers and grandmothers, grandchildren, cousins etc. In Law, we have a separate branch, Family Law, that is part of Civil Law, and also includes Law of Inheritance; Thus for divorced couples, still 'family' persists, in terms of children: We have different chanpters in this branch-kind of Law: For ex. 'alimony' to ex wife and mainly children of divorced couples; in this case father is obliged to give each month an amount fixed by Court as alimony to his child/children, for their needs, if children stay with mother. This amount is arranged by Court on basis of income possibilities of father and needs of kids, also wife, if divorce has been issued to 'detriment of father'for ex. As long as father works, or has income from any other source has to pay for 'alimony' and if father for ex. loses his job, this must be declared to Court, based on X decision of Court respectively, and once he starts working again, the accumulated amount from past, can be refixed to standard given amount before father lost his job for ex. and remained unemployeed, but this also, must be processed officially through Court, to be vaiid, and for protection of all members of family.. Also, in Family Law, we have case of Testament, being called ''patrimony, or patrimonial property', that for ex. a deceased father has left to his family, before his death, through testament, showing and expressing his 'will'' for his property, thus to whom for ex. he leaves his property, without being obliged to explain and justify his will/decision.In cases where there is no testament, or father died suddenly and has not had the time to redact testament, then automaticall-for ex. if mother did not work, the legal percentage is : 3/4 for child, if two children then 6/8 each one, and mother 1/4 thus 2/8 in this case, in many countries, where Latin Civil Law applies, accordingly. This is the legal share; for any other complaint of members of family-that should proceed to 'acceptance of inheritance and property' being adult, and are not satisfied with decision and will, as offending them, may 'appeal the act of testament as non valid one', then next close relative possible may apppear to accept inheritance under these terms. In case children are less than 18 years old, and not adult yet, mother should handle property of inheritance, till chilren become adults, and start working for ex.then all these menbers of same family should sign redacted Contract of Notary of official endorsement of their share of property to them, thus transfer actually with relative fees, but fees of transfer of heridity and acceptance is paid once, at time, when mother, wife of husband accepted, and paid for transfer of fortune. -In case, there is no testament, and sons/daughters upon becoming adults, do not know exactly, if there is no testament in the meanwhile, and sources of income upon which this property was created, if mother or step mother for ex. also worked in the past,but source of property is not clarified, and children do not accept content of court decision, being able to 'appeal this decision' in Court, the also Real Estate Registry can help in this case, and all this procedure is performed by Lawyer chosen, and not Notary directly; Notary applies only in final stage of this Legal Act.. We also have in this case ''Family Tree'' thus all descendants of family, of both sides, father and mother..etc

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