CONTENTS:- 1. Child support agency and care. 2. Adoption process in family. 3. Attachment theory. 4. Foster care and legal guardian. 5. One child policy. 6. Orphanage. 7. Families need fathers. 8. Crime and child care. 9. Communal life and society. 10. Parental alienation syndrome. 11. Begging and street children.
Child support is based on the policy that both parents are obligated to financially support their children, even when the children are not living with both parents. Child support refers to the financial support of children and not other forms of support, such as emotional support, physical care, or spiritual support. When children live with both parents, courts rarely, if ever direct the parents how to provide financial support for their children.