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Family Matters No. 42 - September 1995

What Australians think about parental responsibilities

Kate Funder

Abstract

Imminent changes to family law, set out in the Family Law Reform Act No.1 (Children) will alter the way the law talks about parental responsibilities for their children after separation. The author describes a current study of the Australian Institute of Family Studies commissioned by the Attorney General's Department to evaluate the impact of these reforms.

Imminent changes to family law, set out in the Family Law Reform Act No.1 (Children) will alter the way the law talks about parental responsibilities for their children after separation. The author describes a current study of the Australian Institute of Family Studies commissioned by the Attorney General's Department to evaluate the impact of these reforms.

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