Each individual experiences obligations arising from personal relationships. These are often hard to fulfill and give rise to tension between the demands of various relationships, between meeting current or future needs, but also between private norms and the demands of a public set of rules. The international contributors to this volume consider the relationship between family law and family values in the way law is framed, the way we are developing the legal context for new kinds of relationships such as cross-household parenting, same-sex partner relationships, and the obligations of adults to elders, and closes with a plea to rethink family law in terms of the functions we want it to perform.
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Mavis Maclean is co-founder of the Oxford Centre for Family Law and Policy, Oxford University.Review:
.this book is a valuable contribution to sociolegal research on family law and a welcome addition to the Oñati series. Bryna Bogoch Law & Society Review Vol. 40, Issue 4, Dec. 06 ...the book is cross-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional. This provides many positives, including a rich diversity, fertile ground for comparative studies.an extremely informative and thought-provoking collection for the family law academic. The Law Teacher, Vol 40, No 2 Roger Kay 2006
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