The legal aspect of family relationship. Alimony

When mutual love and feelings are what makes people get married, when it comes to divorce and alimony, those are the most pressing topic for almost every family in modern society in all countries. This topic is important not only for adult men and women in marriage, but also for children who have their own rights. As long as family members are happy everything is great. But do all families live like this? According to various statistics, from 40% to 60% of marriages are falling apart. Most families split up during the first five years of marriage! Main duties of every parent The main duty of parents is to maintain their children and pay alimony. There are various ways to fulfill these responsibilities. If the parents have reached an agreement, they can fix it in a written form. If the parent who lives separately shies away from his duties to support a minor child or children, then the way of his (her) participation is determined by the court at the suit of the other parent or persons replacing them (guardians). In other words, payment of alimony is awarded. What is alimony? Alimony are the means for the maintenance of the child, which are awarded as a share of the incom1e of their payer, or in a solid sum of money. It should be a fixed sum of money awarding if the payer has an irregular, non-permanent income, or the code receives part of the income in kind. If the alimony payer has a permanent job and, accordingly, a permanent income, then alimony is awarded as a share of earnings. The amount of alimony It is determined by the court in each particular case, taking into account the circumstances specified by the government of a country which include: 1) the state of health and financial situation of the child; 2) the health and financial situation of the alimony payer; 3) whether the payer has alimony of other children, a disabled husband, wife, parents, daughter, son; 4) other circumstances of significant importance. And how are alimony collected from non-working or from those who work without formalizing labor relations? Since in the overwhelming majority of cases, alimony payers are men, it is precisely such situations in society that are considered “familiar”. If the alimony payer did not have a permanent income during the period when the debt arose, but found a job and, accordingly, began to receive a steady income at the time of determining its amount, then the debt is determined from the earnings (income) he receives. If the alimony payer did not have and does not have a permanent income, both for the period of arising the debt and at the time of determining its amount, then the amount of the debt is calculated on the basis of the average wage of the employee for the area in accordance with the fact whether the person pays for the maintenance of the child from his first marriage. In conclusion, you should pay attention to the fact that in case of arrears in the payment of alimony for the maintenance of minor children in the amount that cumulatively amounts to the amount of payments for three months of the respective payments, criminal responsibility may be imposed