Legislative Basis of family law



family as a small unit of society, is constantly at risk.The specifics of this category is the union between husband and wife with a distinct trust relationships, which are based on a strong spiritual and intimate bond.Family in the public understanding symbolizes the unity and loyalty, common interests and views.It also serves the main social functions - reproductive and educational.But the family can not develop in isolation.It is an open system having a plurality of links, each member of which carries more than one social role.

State assumes responsibility in the maintenance and development of each cell of society, through the established laws and constitution.One of the main instruments is the Family Code of the Russian Federation.It spelled out the basic provisions that protect th
e rights of every individual in the new socio-economic conditions, as well as providing guarantees for the protection of the family and the rights of citizens.Code imposes on parents certain rights that they are forced to perform in relation to each other and their children.

Family Act governs relations between spouses family law.There are two types of legal relations: private property and personal property.Each spouse can enjoy the rights in its sole discretion, as the marriage does not limit the rights.Family rights rest on the basic principles that lie in the equality of spouses in the family.The legislation stated that intervention in issues outside the family is not allowed.

Rights of the Child



Code of detail reveals the legal rights and responsibilities of children.They, in turn, are divided into personal and property.Every child has the right to live and raise a family, when possible.A minor recognized by law is fully capable to reach the age of majority has the right to exercise their rights and responsibilities, including the right to protection.

case of violation of the rights and legitimate interests of the child, including the non-fulfillment of parental responsibilities for the upbringing, education, and the abuse of parental rights, the child has the right to appeal to the guardianship authorities, and to reach the age of fourteen in court.