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Shared Physical Custody and Child Maintenance Arrangements: a comparative analysis of 13 countries using a model families approach

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Shared Physical Custody and Child Maintenance Arrangements : a comparative analysis of 13 countries using a model families approach. / Hakovirta, Mia; Skinner, Christine.

Shared Physical Custody: Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Empirical Insights in Custody Arrangements. ed. / Laura Bernardi; Dimitri Mortelmans. Springer, 2021. p. 325-350 (European Studies of Population).

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Hakovirta, M & Skinner, C 2021, Shared Physical Custody and Child Maintenance Arrangements: a comparative analysis of 13 countries using a model families approach. in L Bernardi & D Mortelmans (eds), Shared Physical Custody: Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Empirical Insights in Custody Arrangements. European Studies of Population, Springer, pp. 325-350.

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Hakovirta, M., & Skinner, C. (2021). Shared Physical Custody and Child Maintenance Arrangements: a comparative analysis of 13 countries using a model families approach. In L. Bernardi, & D. Mortelmans (Eds.), Shared Physical Custody: Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Empirical Insights in Custody Arrangements (pp. 325-350). (European Studies of Population). Springer.

Vancouver

Hakovirta M, Skinner C. Shared Physical Custody and Child Maintenance Arrangements: a comparative analysis of 13 countries using a model families approach. In Bernardi L, Mortelmans D, editors, Shared Physical Custody: Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Empirical Insights in Custody Arrangements. Springer. 2021. p. 325-350. (European Studies of Population).

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Hakovirta, Mia ; Skinner, Christine. / Shared Physical Custody and Child Maintenance Arrangements : a comparative analysis of 13 countries using a model families approach. Shared Physical Custody: Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Empirical Insights in Custody Arrangements. editor / Laura Bernardi ; Dimitri Mortelmans. Springer, 2021. pp. 325-350 (European Studies of Population).

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