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Equality at a crossroads: Rethinking equality in family law.

Jennifer C. Mathers

Equality at a crossroads: Rethinking equality in family law.

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The author examines equality in the family context, particularly in spousal relationships, in the wake of the legalization of same-sex marriage and a history of rapid changes for the law as it applies to common law couples. She argues that equality in family law is at a crossroads, and that recent legal changes to the institution of marriage provide an opportunity to rethink equality in spousal relationships and begin to move away from a system which encourages and perpetuates dependancy and, therefore, inequality.

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Pagination69 leaves.
Number of Pages69
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Open LibraryOL19215046M
ISBN 100494022345

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