Family Law Effects on Divorce, Fertility and Child Investment

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Joseph Mullins; Christopher Flinn; Meta Brown;

In order to assess the child welfare impact of policies governing divorced parenting, such as child support orders, child custody and placement regulations, and marital dissolution standards, one must consider their influence not only on the divorce rate but also on spo... View more
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