Family and Relationships – Ireland
Ireland Citizen Information
SOURCE: Citizen Information
- Before your baby is born
- After your baby is born
- Miscarriage and stillbirth
- Adoption, fostering and surrogacy
- Children’s rights and policy
- Services and supports for children
- Getting married
- Married couples
- Civil partnerships
- Cohabiting couples
The Gender Recognition Act 2015 provides for the legal recognition of a person’s preferred gender by the State.
Information on your legal and civil rights in relationships with a focus on cohabiting relationships, marriage, the status of same-sex relationships and the rights of grandparents.
The breakdown of a marriage or other relationship is a difficult and traumatic process. This document outlines the various issues that may arise.
This document describes how to get a birth, adoption, marriage, civil partnership or death certificate in Ireland.
The role of the EU in family law is mainly concerned with ensuring that decisions made in one country can be implemented in another. It also has a role in trying to establish which country has jurisdiction to hear a particular case
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Healing After Loss of a Baby or Child.
Having trouble pulling yourself together after this terrible loss?
Feeling unending waves of grief?
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