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a ready taking up of something

Synonyms for adoption

the act of accepting with approval

a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood

the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source

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org) against Anne Wachera Muhoro, decrying the denial of 50/50 child custody of their son, Ezvin Munene Mugera, then two-and-a-half years old.
The resolution was issued by Judge Salem Al Hosni, Head of Sharjah Sharia Court, pursuant to Article 39 of the UAE's Child Protection Law No 3, which states that the child's physical and mental interests are the only criteria that matter while deciding a child custody case.
While in private practice, Block has successfully handled a number of pro bono cases that include preventing a predatory creditor from unlawfully garnishing the wages of a recently homeless woman, representing a victim of polygamy in child custody proceedings and gaining government recognition of the citizenship of two young women who, because they were born homeless 20 years ago, had no proof of citizenship.
Named a Rising Star for the first time in 2016, Tanker focuses his practice on a variety of family law matters, including alimony and spousal support, divorce, equitable distribution, marital agreements, child support, child custody and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Doskow walks parents considering divorce through the legal aspects of child custody, shared parenting, and the rules about supporting their children.
Raising the child custody issue, member Ahmed Al Shamsi asked for a relevant law to be amended to prevent non-Emirati mothers from taking custody of children.
And 67% did not realise such couples do in fact have the same legal rights in child custody matters.
The issue of Law and Contemporary Problems brings together leading legal scholars and social scientists who study child custody in both the private-dispute-resolution and child-welfare contexts.
ATLANTA -- A judge in Atlanta is set to hear arguments in a child custody battle between R&B singer Usher and his ex-wife.
Parents march in Tokyo to urge Clinton to press Japan on child custody
Dabbagh, a Virginia Supreme Court family mediator who specializes in cross-border child custody disputes and whose own daughter was abducted and taken to the Middle East by her ex-husband, examines laws, civil records, newspapers, and case files of parental kidnapping from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century to unravel the local and social factors involved and reveal external influences that have shaped American culture and family.
742 and the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA).
Native Village of Tanana, which clarified confusion regarding the inherent jurisdiction held by federally recognized Alaska Native tribes to initiate the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)-defined child custody proceedings.
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