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The paper compares the protection of children against international abduction in Sweden and the United States. Its focus is the construing of habitual residence under the Convention on the Civil Aspects of Wrongful Abduction or Retainment of Children, The Hague, 25 October 1980. It is argued...
This article examines the way international child abduction is dealt with in practice in Spain. Its main focus is on the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. A variety of Spanish cases is examined, and some weak points in the operation of the Convention are...
In this research, I analysed patterns of judicial reasoning and assumptions in closely contested parenting cases published by AustLII, a publicly accessible electronic database. A content analysis of a heterogeneous purposeful sample of twenty‐two closely contested parenting disputes litigated...
The growth of cohabitation as a basis for family form is related to changes in the role of marriage as an institution in Sweden. Cohabitation as a family form is however heterogeneous, depending on family histories of the cohabiting partners. For women, cohabitation has special implications both...
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