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How parents cope financially on marriage breakdown

Perry, Alison, Douglas, Gillian, Murch, Mervyn, Bader, Kay and Borkowski, Margaret 2000. How parents cope financially on marriage breakdown. London: Family Policy Studies Centre - Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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Although divorce is central to debate on the family, little attention has been paid to the short-term challenges families face arising from a decision to end a marriage. This study redresses the balance by focusing on how separating couples cope financially before the ending of their marriage is legally resolved. It: - charts the changes in families' income and expenses, employment and housing circumstances; - looks at their responses to these changes, and their sources of advice, support and help; - collects information on the settlements divorcing parents made, their motivations and objectives in reaching them, and their attitudes to the legal process. The authors conclude by considering the legal and policy implications regarding marriage breakdown and financial provision on separation and divorce.

Item Type: Book
Book Type: Authored Book
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Law
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Publisher: Family Policy Studies Centre - Joseph Rowntree Foundation
ISBN: 1901455408
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Last Modified: 28 Jun 2019 02:31

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