Family law is the rules relating to the Family, ranging from Child Custody to Heritage, and Divorce. In addition, Family law is also called “Human law” Need help? Call + 46 8 665 35 70
One of the biggest differences between being married and living in a non-martial relationship is that spouses inherit each other. In the case of children’s inheritance rights, joint children can wait for their part of the inheritance until both parents have passed away. Any child of the deceased that is not joint with the spouse, is entitled to his or hers part of the retirement right immediately.
The inheritance is divided according to certain principles. For example, if a man with two children passes away and lacks a will, the children have the right to half of the estate. Half of the estate can be given away through a will, and the other half constitutes the legal inheritance of the children.
Everyone under the age of 18 “Children” is considered to have a limited legal capacity and may not enter into an agreement, gain employment or marry.
If a child is born within a marriage, the husband of the marriage is automatically considered to be the father of the child. This presumption can be terminated by a court if it is proved that the man is not the father of the child.
The best interests of the child are the most crucial matters to take into account when talking about custody, housing, and other issues when parents divorce. The court will always listen to the child, taking into account the child’s age and maturity. As a general rule, joint parental custody is regarded as the best interests of the child. However, a court may decide on individual custody for one of the parents, for example, if there are obvious collaborative difficulties between them.
“Bodelning” is the distribution of spouses or sambo’s common property that usually occurs if the relationship is ended, and it should always be made if any of the parties dies as well as upon the dissolution of a marriage.
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