The little-regulated situation of marriages between persons of the same sex in Spain has already been debated in this blog. Already emphasized has been the relevance of the decision of the Spanish Supreme Court of the 5th of December 2013, which recognized the possibility of registering in the Civil Registry two women as parents of.
Five days ago the Rajoy Government approved the preliminary draft of the Law for the Protection of the Life of the Conceived and of Pregnant Women’s Rights. It is a controversial project, in as much as it collides with the socialist reform of 2010, which regarded abortion as a “woman’s right”, and that did little.
It is no secret that the unfortunate reality of divorce is on the rise and, while modern marriages are significantly more stable than other sentimental arrangements, such as cohabitation, our legislators have made a great effort in recent years to reduce the angst and confusion surrounding divorce procedure. A little known fact, however, is just.