Debates in Family Law Around the Globe at the Dawn of the 21st Century
Intersentia, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 416 pages
This volume contains articles on three areas of family law that, at the dawn of the 21st century, have provoked passionate discussion. The topics of concern include: (compulsory) arrangements regarding children, registration schemes for same-sex couples (new jurisdictions), and the effectiveness of the pater est rule. The book's contributions are preceded by two introductory articles. The historical introduction addresses the 'cultural constraints argument' which, according to a few legal scholars, prevents both spontaneous and deliberate harmonization of family law. Is family law indeed embedded in unique national (legal) culture? What lessons can be learned from the past? The methodological introduction proffers some general ideas as to how comparative family law is perceived and what it should entail whereby a comparison is made between more recent developments in Europe and the United States.
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WHAT COMPARATIVE FAMILY LAW SHOULD ENTAIL
Current debates in family law around the globe
PARENTAL RELOCATION Free movement rights and joint parenting
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adopted alternating residence arrangement American Law Institute apply Article artificial insemination best interests biological father Boele-Woelki CEFL Principles child child's residence Civil Code Civil Union cohabitation common law comparative family law Comparative Law conception concerning consent constitutional Court of Appeal cultural constraints argument custodial parents decide decision different-sex divorce Dutch Dutch law ECtHR Europe facto unions factor family law genetic Hoge Raad Ibid intentions involved issue Jhordan joint custody joint parental authority jurisdictions Kansas known sperm donor legal culture legal father legal parent legal system legislation living marriage married ment national culture Netherlands non-custodial parent parental responsibilities parental rights parties partner paternity presumption recognition regarding registered partnership relationship relocation disputes require resident parent right to know same-sex couples same-sex marriage separated parents social sperm donor statute Stat Statistics Sweden supra note Supreme Court surrogacy surrogate mother tion Uniform Parentage Act unmarried Vonk written agreement