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Family Legal Studies Notes

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Detailed notes for the HSC legal studies choice unit family. Interesting topic and notes also have case studies and details about the case study.

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Family Family law Human behavior Marriage Law Australian family law Divorce Family Law Act Marriageable age Cohabitation Child support Stepfamily
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Family Family law Human behavior Marriage Law Australian family law Divorce Family Law Act Marriageable age Cohabitation Child support Stepfamily
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E.g. all parents should have equal rights, regardless of the relationship they are in, such as de facto or married. • The role of the family: o Parents are responsible for the upbringing of their children e.g. keeping them safe from harm o Parents act as role models for their children; teaching them socially acceptable behaviour and morals. o All family members must provide support, benefiting from the stability family life can provide. • Definition of family under the Family Law Act 1975 (Cwlth): o ‘The natural and fundamental group unit of society, especially in relation to the upbringing of children.’ • Society’s view of what a family is has changed over the years: o Typical sizes of families have become smaller o Marriage is still the starting point of a family for many, bu...
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