Parents, Trusted But Not Trustees or (Foster) Parents as Fiduciaries

15 Pages Posted: 24 Feb 2011

Date Written: February 22, 2011

Abstract

Some fifteen years ago, Elizabeth and Robert Scott wrote an important article making the case that parents could be usefully described using a fiduciary model. This paper explains why their model fits foster parents better than biological or adoptive parents, at least in the sense that Tamar Frankel explains in her new book on fiduciary law.

Keywords: Law and economics

Suggested Citation

Friedlander Brinig, Margaret, Parents, Trusted But Not Trustees or (Foster) Parents as Fiduciaries (February 22, 2011). Notre Dame Legal Studies Paper No. 11-07. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1767412 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1767412

Margaret Friedlander Brinig (Contact Author)

Notre Dame Law School ( email )

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Notre Dame, IN 46556-0780
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