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  • Print publication year: 2019
  • Online publication date: November 2019

6 - Family Law and the Relational Self


The chapter considers the impact on family law of adopting the concept of the relational self. In particular, it explores the role of family law, the definition of families, financial orders on separation, the definition of parenthood, the concept of parental responsibility and the nature of children's welfare. It explores how a relational self model would ensure that family law protected and promoted valuable relationships.

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