American family law in transition

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Bureau of National Affairs, 1983 - Law - 629 pages
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This casebook for students of domestic relations law emphasizes the comparison of family law as promulgated and the realities of practice. The work discusses economic aspects of the formation and dissolution of a marriage, equality in marriage, cohabitation and informal marriage, and related topics.

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Contents

Marriage as Contract or Partnership
1
Antenuptial Agreement as Safeguard to Deliberation
24
Bibliography
44
Copyright

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