Featuring contributions by leading Canadian and international scholars, practitioners, and members of the judiciary, this multidisciplinary collection draws on scholarship in the fields of law, social science, and public policy. There is a particular emphasis on family law, consumer law, and employment law, as these are the areas where research has indicated that unmet legal needs are highest.... divorcees.37 Websites are also available that calculate personalized child and spousal support entitlements based on the usera#39;s inputs.38 The social ... forms of parenting education are most effective.43 One survey of Ohio family court litigants found that respondents were significantly less satisfied ... But see Amanda Sigal et al., a#39;Do Parent Education Programs Promote Healthy Postdivorce Parenting?
|Title||:||Middle Income Access to Justice|
|Author||:||M. J. Trebilcock, Lorne Sossin, A. J. Duggan|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 2012|