Respecting the old and loving the young has always been a tradition of the Chinese nation. As a country with a strong family concept, raising children and supporting parents has always been taken for granted. However, because China has a wide range of territory and customs and customs vary from place to place, there are still some doubts about the specific aspects and content of supporting parents. Is it like a married daughter has a duty to support her parents? I have compiled the following content to answer your questions and hope that it will be helpful to you.
Article 14 of the Law of the People s Republic of China on the Protection of the Rights and Interests of the Elderly stipulates that the caregiver shall fulfill the obligations of financial support, daily care and spiritual comfort to the elderly, and take care of the special needs of the elderly.
In many rural areas of China, some local customs believe that the responsibility of the elderly should be borne by the son. The married daughter has already married, and the responsibility of the elderly will be less. However, this does not mean that there is no responsibility to support parents.
However, according to Chinese law, I can know that children have the obligation to support their parents. When children fail to fulfill their maintenance obligations, parents who are unable to work or have difficulties in living have the right to ask their children to pay maintenance . Affordable adult children, whether married or unmarried, should fulfill this legal obligation when parents need support.
Supporting parents is the legal responsibility of each of our children, and it is also the tradition of our nation. We should consciously fulfill this glorious obligation.