Take care of the whole family in Hamburg and learn about anything from daycare, child benefit and parental leave to getting married.
All children from birth up to the age of 18 years are entitled to receiving child benefit. Get more information here.
The state supports lower income families by providing supplementary child allowances. Find out more about eligibility and how to apply.
Numerous counselling centres in Hamburg offer parents and children broad support with problems in child-rearing and in the family.
Children living in Hamburg are entitled to 5 hours of free care in a daycare facility per day. Find out how to apply for a daycare voucher.
In Germany, a marriage is only legally valid if both fiancées have registered and performed it at the registry office.
Parental allowance (Elterngeld) is a state benefit that financially supports parents who take on primary care for their child after birth.
Parental leave (Elternzeit) is a period of unpaid leave from work that allows employed parents to take care of their young child.
Hamburg is a family-friendly city. Whether you're looking for a kindergarten, daycare or private childcare, we've listed the options.
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