Family and state: the philosophy of family law

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1988 - Law - 207 pages
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This text focuses on the nature and scope of family law and evaluates the laws affecting the family. It attempts to answer some inherent questions such as what is the justification for marriage, under what conditions should an adult be given custody rights to a child and what should be the grounds for a finding of child neglect or abuse. He makes suggestions for modifications of the present laws.

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The Philosophy of Family Law
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