The Children of No-Fault Divorce: Family Structure and Success

2 Iɴᴛ’ʟ. J. Jᴜʀɪs. Fᴀᴍ. 1 (2010)

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Baroness Ruth Deech, DBE

Gresham College; Bar Standards Board (London)

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Date Written: 2011

Abstract

This paper examines poverty and family structure as the two major components affecting the development of the children of broken unions and concludes that on balance, it is family care that is more significant than poverty. Nevertheless, governmental solutions have focused on providing more resources to the affected children; this strategy does not seem to have had much success.

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Deech, Ruth L., The Children of No-Fault Divorce: Family Structure and Success (2011). 2 Iɴᴛ’ʟ. J. Jᴜʀɪs. Fᴀᴍ. 1 (2010), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3152574

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