qThis book considers the difficulties family law is attempting to cope with within jurisdictions, focusing on the key contemporary policy challenges facing family law. The specially written chapters draw on empirical research from the social sciences and demography to demonstrate how these issues are affecting family policy and uses this evidence to draw conclusions about the ways in which family law may develop in the future. Featuring contributions from a range of renowned global experts, the book does not limit itself to dealing with one jurisdiction but offers comparative analysis looking at circumstances in a range of countriesq--However, as shown in the recent overhauls of the child support guidelines in Australia and New Zealand, there is ... 25 increasing politicization around the issue of shared custody has resulted in new guideline models in Australia, New ... 21 Because the Canadian formula is based upon the 40/30 household equivalency scales and works on net incomes, there are no ... A discretionary approach is allowed for incomes over CAN$150, 000, but Canadian courts have largely ignored thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Routledge Handbook of Family Law and Policy|
|Author||:||John Eekelaar, Rob George|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-05-09|