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Chinese Family Law

This proposal from the Chinese Government is an interesting aspect of family law that probably does not exist in any democracy.

"China has passed a law requiring adult children to visit their elderly parents regularly or risk being sued.
The law does not specify how frequently such visits should occur, but warns that neglect could risk court action."

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Jake Maverick said…
i'm still hoping to divorce mine....and how do i even know they're really mine? i only have their word for it and they only have some anons....

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