nonfamily

nonfamily

(ˌnɒnˈfæmɪlɪ; ˌnɒnˈfæmlɪ)
n, pl -lies
a household whose members are not related
adj
relating to households, organizations, or relationships in which its members are not related
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The components of their plans, when put in place, will likely vary from those of nonfamily business owners, due to the unique characteristics of family businesses.
And immediate past section Chair Evan Marks said the section will also be expanding its mentoring program for nonfamily law attorneys who want to take pro bono family law cases.
"Minority" shareholders rights are trampled upon, even when in fact "minority" nonfamily shareholders collectively hold a majority of the equity in a firm.
According to the family business expert, three critical factors must be evaluated when deciding whether to bring a nonfamily member on board to lead the company.
* There are more "nonfamily" households--32% of the total, up from 18.8%.
Nearly a third (32 percent) of households are of the "nonfamily" type by official definition.
In 1946, he started work at the Ford Motor Company and became the first nonfamily member to run the company in November 1960.
Meanwhile, two-thirds of all new households in the past decade were nonfamily households (including single-person households), which have the lowest homeownership rates.
Several findings from CBO's analysis suggest that governmental and other nonfamily assistance makes up a particularly large share of financial support for students from low-income families.
Let's face it, an elderly disabled person who lives at home can encounter many discouragements: increasing isolation, as families move away and friends become homebound themselves; the feeling of being a burden on family members who take on caregiving responsibilities; the unsettling feeling of allowing nonfamily caregivers, often complete strangers, to enter one's home; the necessity and expense of home upkeep and maintenance; the stairways that start to look like Mount Everest; the TV, bought circa 1985, that doesn't work very well--just to name a few.
The resulting random sample of 1,095 consisted of 511 in CDM (with 240 family and 271 nonfamily providers) and 584 in PAM.
An estimated 58,200 children were abducted by nonfamily members during a recent year, with nearly half of the children suffering sexual assault by the perpetrator, according to a study by the U.S.