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Alimentary Obligations of Parents for the Maintenance of Children

Student: Arina Danilina

Supervisor: Natalia Udalova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The care, content and upbringing of children is an equal rights and duties of parents. Since, parents do not always carry their responsibilities properly, including paying alimony, the question of determining the basis of accrual for maintenance obligations, calculation of child support and liability for failure to pay child support is relevant at present. Most researchers justifiably argue that the current legislation of the Russian Federation with regard to alimony obligations does not sufficiently protect the rights of children and does not respect the balance of interests. Increasingly, there are problems associated with the parent’s concealment of income, misuse of alimony payments, late payment of alimony, and so on. Such problems need studying and proposing the necessary changes in the Russian legislation taking into account positive foreign experience. Key words: alimony, children, parents, responsibility.

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