Can parents demand alimony from their children?

According to the civil law, everyone is obliged to help their descendants and brothers and sisters, who will fall into poverty if they are not helped. The alimony resulting from this obligation is called alimony. Parents living in poverty can demand alimony from their children. The person who will demand alimony must be in a situation of necessity and must prove this with all kinds of evidence. If the person requesting alimony has more than one child and if a lawsuit has been filed against only one of them, the court will investigate the economic and social conditions of all the children and will only decide on the amount of alimony for the child who is the defendant. He will not make a positive or negative decision about other children.