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Synonyms for family

Synonyms for family

a group of usually related people living together as a unit


a group of people sharing common ancestry

one's relatives collectively

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

of or relating to the family or household

Synonyms for family

a person having kinship with another or others

a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

an association of people who share common beliefs or activities


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Each blended family is different, and planning for stepchildren doesn't lead to one right path for everyone.
Should spouses in a blended family commingle the finances or keep them separate?
Using humour and a first person voice, this offering explores the concept of the blended family in a way which welcomes children to see both that family set-ups vary, but also that a complicated family can also be warm and loving.
All of the children were there for the party, and it appeared that they're one big happy, blended family.
While over-reliance on a QTIP Trust to support the surviving spouse may squeeze the children's inheritance, an effective solution is to incorporate an ILIT into the blended family estate plan.
They offer advice on topics ranging from coming out to raising children in a blended family.
Similar conflicts threatened the unity of the early church as it began-to realize itself as a blended family, drawn together by a shared faith in Jesus.
Try to come up with new and different ideas for Christmas traditions that you can start with your new blended family.
Material is organized around 35 main presenting problems, including anger management, blended family conflicts, chemical dependence, and eating disorders.
According to the National Stepfamily Resource Center (NSRC), at least one in three kids will live in a blended family (stepfamily) before age 18.
For example, a couple in which one partner and all children were absent on census night was coded as a 'couple family with children' in the variable 'FMTF Family Type', but it was not possible to determine whether it was an intact, step or blended family.
Another important aspect of estate planning is estate equalization in a blended family situation.
The house - myth aside - came to embody the ideal of a quaint suburban life, of a place where a lovely lady and a man named Brady could raise a happy, if utopic, blended family.
Rita Williams-Garcia contributes a story that shows how difficult times can bring a blended family together.
Theirs is a blended family, one of roughly 1,300 formed every day in the United States.