Research Paper On Divorce Laws
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United Kingdom and Family Law
This 14 page report discusses developments in family law in the UK and in what ways they have worked to bring about a greater equality of the sexes. Property relations, child custody, alimony, and child support are discussed in relationship to divorce. Traditionally, family law in the UK has not been particularly sympathetic to the problems of women and children in situations of divorce nor do the courts typically provide adequate legal safeguards for either their safety of their financial support. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Overview of Family Law Issues
This 10 page paper is written in two parts. The first part considers the influence of the Human Rights Act 1998 on the Children Act 1989, looking specifically at article 8. The second part of the paper considers issues regarding divorce, the process of divorce and how financial settlement are calculated, The paper is written with reference to English law. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Children's Depression and the Impact of Divorce
A 10 page (M.L.A. style) proposal for researching the connection between divorce and depression among children. The divorce rate continues to increase, as does teen suicide and reports of depression in children. Many of today’s children are living with or through divorce, and some researchers maintain that we are creating divorce-engendered depression in children. The paper discusses proposed methods and provides a theoretical rationale for the study. The MLA-style bibliography lists 14 sources.
Divorce in Families w/Special Needs Children
A 5 page research paper that examines divorce and looks specifically at factors that affect divorce in families with children who have special needs. This investigation of literature examines the effect of divorce on children’s physical and mental health; the importance of parents forging a new alliance that considers the welfare of the child, and the reasons why the parents of special needs children are at greater risk for divorce. Bibliography lists 5 sources.