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parent

n. the lawful and natural father or mother of a person. The word does not mean grandparent or ancestor, but can include an adoptive parent. (See: adoption)

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According to the study published in the journal -- Clinical Psychological Science -- this type of burnout can lead to harmful outcomes for both parent and child, increasing parental neglect, harm, and thoughts about escape.
The directive guarantees each parent an individual right to four months of parental leave.
The court handed down much anticipated decisions in the case of Capita Customer Management Ltd v Ali which reviewed a decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal that concluded that failing to enhance shared parental leave, when employers offer enhanced maternity pay, is not direct sex discrimination against men.
And why did the UK implement shared parental leave in the first place?
Like parental partiality, such "pre-parental partiality" plausibly stands in need of justification.
Paternity and maternity leaves are the two components of parental leave.
appeals from the order terminating his parental rights to H.V.A., and the order denying his postdisposition motion.
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