13th World Conference of The International Society of Family Law
The ISFL, a global scholarly organization dedicated to the study of family law, with over 500 members from over fifty (50) nations, will convene its 13th World Conference in Vienna, Austria. The 13th World Conference will consider whether and how the law supports the family and its members; and, respectively, whether the state/ecomomy provides sufficient means to sustain family structures, or vice versa.
The program includes presentations on principles, deviations therefrom, and consequences of formal and non-formal relationships; financial consequences of care giving (expenses); financial consequences of opposite and same sex marriages / opposite and same sex partnerships / flat-sharing communities; maintenance obligations of parents towards their children, and maintenance obligations of children towards their parents/grand parents/adoptive parents; financial implications of an absent parent; company benefits for families; family planning, state subsidies, tax measures for the protection of certain family relations; struggle against poverty, loan lending, private insolvency, debt collection; family relations and finances in the European Union; finances and freedom of testation (legitimate portion, prepayment, protection of surviving spouse and children); family relations and finances in a globalised world: family unification, migration etc.; family relations and employment (paid and unpaid employment, employment in private households, migration of household work etc).