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The Equal Parent Presumption: Social Justice in the Legal Determination of Parenting after Divorce Hardcover – Oct 28 2013


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“Primarily directed at professionals such as social workers and psychologists who are involved in child custody cases, the social perspective that pervades The Equal Parent Presumption will also be very beneficial and insightful to members of the legal profession who are the forefront in these of cases.” David Este, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary


“Edward Kruk provides thorough, thought-provoking background on the subject of child custody. In doing so he allows the reader to understand the issues, become interested in alternatives, and wonder why new initiatives have not been put in place.”

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Edward Kruk is associate professor of social work at the University of British Columbia.

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