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Differences between Personal injury law, Family law, and Real estate law

The society today has been filled with conflicts revolving from the some of the critical aspects of the human life. Due to these immense battles between people, governments through the constitution has set out important and comprehensive laws to govern these issues and solve the disputes that have cropped up. Almost all these disagreements are brought about by misunderstandings and varying interests between individuals regarding some of the matters they deem important. These crutial aspects include personal health and well-being, land and the property lying on it and family. That is why there are different types of laws set to handle these three specific aspects, i.e., family law, personal injury law and real estate law. The following is a comprehensive explanation of the difference between the three laws that regard very fundamental aspects of the basic human life.

The government initiate personal injury law, and they are based on compensations and payments to people who have been in accidents or have sustained injuries due to the irresponsibility of someone else. It all starts when a complainant files a case against another individual, company, institution, organization claiming that the defendant was reckless and careless leading to the accident involved or injuries that were obtained. In the occasion where a plaintiff files a formal and legal complaint against another individual, they are looking to be paid and well compensated for the injuries incurred if the defendant is found guilty by the court. Payments and compensations can be done without involving the court whereby the two conflicting parties come together and negotiate privately on the compensation and come up with a written agreement of final agreement made and they both sign.

Family law involves matters of domestic relations and family affairs. Aspects that are looked into by family law include marriage, adoption, divorce, surrogacy, paternity, child protection, child custody and juvenile law. The above mentioned features of family are great causes of disputes among people and are taken care of under the family law. For juvenile law, this handle legal cases against all those who are below the legal age set out by the government as they cannot be regarded as adults and tried at a civil court of law.

Thirdly there is the real estate law that is set out to govern who own a specific piece of land and the property on it and who uses what that is on the land and the land itself. Property and land ownership has been one of the greatest cause of dispute between individual as this is matter regarding money and wealth, being some of the things that most people really care about in today’s world. Especially in the case of where the deceased does not leave behind a signed and documented will or one that is not clear, the real estate law comes in handy to solve conflict between by determining who owns what and who uses what in the case of land and the property lying on it.

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