Category Archives: Family

Adoption: A Comprehensive Breakdown of Ethiopia’s Revised Family Code

The path of adoption in Ethiopia inevitably requires a thorough examination of the stipulations outlined in the country’s Revised Family Code. In this article, we will discuss into the details of adoptive filiation, exploring key principles, effects, and safeguards to ensure the best interests of the child and the adoptive family.

THE LEGAL EFFECTS OF MARRIAGE:  GENERAL, PERSONAL AND PECUNIARY EFFECTS OF MARRIAGE

In line with family laws across the globe, the revised Ethiopian Family Law outlines the rights and responsibilities of partners once they enter the institution of marriage. In the discussion that follows, we will discuss the fundamental impacts of marriage. Accordingly, the following can be considered as the basic effects of marriage that happen when people tie the knot.

Effects of Violating Essential Conditions of Marriage under Ethiopian Family Law

The Marriage Code of Ethiopia outlines diverse types of marriages and the fundamental conditions that regulate this sacred union. It mandates parties to adhere to these requirements, and failure to do so carries its own consequences. In this article, we will discuss the repercussions of violating these essential conditions of marriage as stipulated by Ethiopian Family Law.

Marriage Unions Acknowledged by Ethiopian Family Law: Essential Conditions and Forms

The journey of marriage is a significant life event, and understanding the marriage unions acknowledged by Ethiopian Family Law becomes an essential one. In this article, we will explore Ethiopia’s Marriage Code, shedding light on the various forms of marriage and the essential conditions and forms that govern this union. Various Forms of Marriage A. […]

Be Careful Of Defacto Divorces without Legalizing the Divorce in Court

Be Careful Of Defacto Divorces without Legalizing the Divorce in Court In Ethiopia, marriage is a legally binding institution entered into with the free and full consent of the spouses. The Ethiopian Family Code ensures equal rights for both partners during the marriage, including its dissolution. However, the phenomenon of defacto divorces—where couples separate and […]