Maintenance after divorce
The most heavily litigated, and recently the most hotly debated area of family law is that dealing with alimony. This book first places the debate in the context of the economic consequences of divorce, and then proceeds with a thorough, critical analysis of the policy of the law of post-divorce support.
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The Development of the Child Support Obligation
The Search for New Principles
The Nature and Purpose of the Study
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13 Family Law absent parent adult alimony apply Australian Family Law average award basis calculated caregiving parent Causes Act 1973 cent child caregiving child support childless divorces children divorces claim Cmnd costs custody dependent children disregard ecclesiastical courts economic Eekelaar employment equalization formula Family Proceedings Act father favour Financial Provision former spouse former wife HMSO household income housing HSBF husband interview John Eekelaar liable relative living standards London magistrates maintenance obligation maintenance payments marriage married Married Women Maintenance Matrimonial and Family Matrimonial Causes Act mothers needs one-parent families paid parties payer persisting obligation poor law post-divorce maintenance post-divorce support poverty poverty line principle Proceedings Act 1984 reason remarriage remarried Report RFL 2d Scottish Law Commission separation single parent social security Socio-Legal Studies standard of living supplementary benefit entitlement supplementary benefit formula supplementary benefit level support obligation wife's woman women WSBL Zealand
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