nonmarital

nonmarital

(ˌnɒnˈmærɪtəl)
adj
not involving or related to marriage
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The drop in childbearing by unmarried women over the last decade is driven by younger cohorts: Women born in the late 1980s and early 1990s had fewer nonmarital births by age 25 than their predecessors.
To illustrate the benefits of Sanger's method, consider its application to one of the most pressing issues in family law: the legal regulation of nonmarital families.
Inheritance Law: Intestate Inheritance of Nonmarital Children III.
Bampot is described as "a foolish, annoying, or obnoxious person," while the entry for bidie-in states: "A person who lives with his or her partner in a nonmarital relationship; a cohabiting partner." Jane Johnson, a senior editor at the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), said they had been inundated with Scottish terms since launching their Free the Word appeal in 2017 to search for more regional words.
Using data from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study, a longitudinal urban birth cohort study that included an "oversampling of nonmarital births," Dr.
Stephen Gill argued, and the District Court agreed, that his and his wife's interest in the Wyndmere stake, as of the valuation date, was the $180 million paid at closing and that the future earn-out payments were husband's nonmarital property.
Hertz, an attorney-mediator specializing in the property aspects of the formation and dissolution of marital, nonmarital, and other forms of family relationships, and Doskow, an attorney-mediator who specializes in LGBT family law, offer a guide to legal aspects of same-sex marriage, domestic partnerships, and civil unions.
Judges Karen King Mitchell and Alok Ahuja concurred.<br />Baker had argued in briefs that the $1 million should be considered nonmarital property because the money was intended to compensate him for the lost wages and pain and suffering he experienced from the accident.
Yet the constitutional law of the family is largely silent about the status-based impact of laws that prefer marriage and disadvantage nonmarital families.
(17) With respect to the foreign-born nonmarital children of American fathers, for example, administrators appeared to embrace some but not other liberalizing trends in state laws that determined recognition of the father-child relationship outside marriage.
Identified as S.H., the woman admitted to the charges, saying her child was the product of a nonmarital affair.
The process of family formation has changed dramatically during the past 40 years, as levels of nonmarital childbearing, cohabitation and union dissolution have increased around the world.