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Permanent Child Custody

“Legal Custody", in a family law context, is a type of Child Custody that grants a parent the right to make long-term, important decisions regarding their children. The issue of ‘Child Custody’ arises during judicial separation or divorce proceedings, where it becomes an important issue to be solved by the courts. It refers to the process of c..

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Punjab And Haryana High Court: A Mother Is The Best Person To Take Care Of A Growing Daughter

GENERAL OVERVIEW •The Bench of Justices Ashok Kumar Verma and Augustine George Masih observed that during a girl's teen years, she looks up to her mother or a female companion for assistance and can share her issues comfortably..

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Plea Filed In Supreme Court For Intervention In Petition Seeking Uniform Grounds Of Divorce

OVERVIEW A petition has been filed by women’s rights organization of Mumbai so that it can be allowed to interfere in the main petition filed by Advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay to seek uniform grounds of divorce without discrimination on basis of religion, caste, race, sex or place of birth. p style="text-align:..

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When can a Hindu remarry after divorce?

Post divorce remarriage span styl..

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Tracing ancestors - Through maps and local histories

When you research your family tree, you will discover not just who your ancestors were, but also where they lived. Place affected every aspect of our ancestors’ lives, dictating what sort of jobs they did how they fared and whom they met and married. MAPS The function of maps in ge..

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Genealogy of slave ancestry

Many British people, black and white, have ancestors who were black slaves in the Caribbean. As such, transported slaves, slave registers and details of those slaves freed when slavery was abolished. Britain was one of the main colonial powers in the Caribbean, holding(at various times): Antigua; the Bahamas; Barbados; Bermuda;..

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Discovering ancestors - Through land registers

Records to do with land can frighten people because of their esoteric names and legal jargon, but in essence, they tell you who lived where and what they did with their land. These are worth seeking and studying and, once you have mastered them, they can be absolutely fascinating. They are also one of the best sources to use if you want to trace your family back in ..

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Sepulchre, gravestones and memorials

Gravestones found in Churchyards and cemeteries (and sometimes called monumental inscriptions ‘MIs’ for short), can provide detailed and often unique information on ancestors and their families and can be one of the most tangible remains of our forebears that we will ever encounter. Most tools used for tracing famil..

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Discovering ancestors - Through electoral registers

Records for who voted for what, or who was entitled to vote where, can be interesting in their own right, but their main use is in pinning people down to particular places and years, either to gain further genealogical co-ordinates on where they may have originated or to trace long-lost friends or relatives. ELECTORAL REGISTER..

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Genealogical co-ordinates - Traced through censuses

The first mention of censuses is familiar to many of the Christmas stories. Caesar’s census will not help many modern family historians, but more recent ones will. Those for 19th century Britain can provide ages and place of birth, essential information for seeking births and so identifying earlier generations. Census ret..

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Tracing Ancestry through newspapers and magazines

"The rise of written records heralded a gradual erosion of oral traditions." Many of our ancestors appeared in newspapers and magazines, in birth, marriage, and death announcements, advertising their services as tradesmen or professionals, as parties in lawsuits, attending public meetings, suing for damage, being trie..

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Tracing Genealogy through directories and almanacs

Directories are published lists of peoples' addresses and occupations, which in the 18th, 19th, and early-mid-20th centuries fulfilled broadly the same role as telephone directories do today. They are useful for gaining a snapshot of the communities in which ancestors lived. By searching a series of directories, they can give an idea of when our forebears lived ..

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Manorial Records - Substitute for Parish records for Genealogy

Manorial records can be a marvellous complement to or substitute for parish records. They record their own ancestors inheriting land, from large farms to tiny rented cottages and vegetable patches, generation by generation, often providing more detail and going much further back than parish records. Their slight drawback is that they can be harder to use, but they w..

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Parish Records - Foundation of modern English Genealogy

In the early Middles Ages, manorial lords would keep a priest in their household, and usually ended up building a separate chapel for them to say Mass. Out of the Lord's manorial landholdings grew the parishes, and from the private chapels developed parish churches. Many parish registers were kept during the Middle Ages, bu..

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All you need to know about illegitimacy

If all your family born within wedlock, married once and stayed happily and faithfully married, you are likely to find tracing your ancestry quite easy – and probably quite boring. Events such as illegitimacy cause great problems to genealogists, but can also prove the most interesting overall. ILLEGITIMACY p st..

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