The economic consequences of marriage breakdown in Australia: A report to respondents

The economic consequences of marriage breakdown in Australia: A report to respondents

Peter McDonald

Historical publication— May 1987
The economic consequences of marriage breakdown in Australia: A report to respondents

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This paper is a summary of a study which forms part of the Australian Institute of Family Studies' Family Reformation project. The study is also part of the research program for the Australian Law Reform Commission's review of Australia's law of matrimonial property, and it was planned in association with the Commission and the Family Court of Australia. The paper has been compiled from chapters of the book 'Settling-up: property and income division on divorce in Australia'.

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Historical publication
Published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, May 1987.
39 pp.

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