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Parental access arrangements after divorce; (full text only available in Dutch)

The aim of this literature study is to clarify whether it is desirable to introduce a legal starting point that in principle...

Research with publication | 30-06-2020

Contact arrangement between grandchildren and grandparents; (full text only available in Dutch)

In recent years the position of grandparents is attracting more attention in the Netherlands. Several factors have...

Research with publication | 30-03-2020

Care for children after intimate partner homicide; (full text only available in Dutch)

The goal of the study was to examine the impact of parental intimate partner homicide for children and to collect...

Research with publication | 12-11-2014

Parental responsibilities for more than two parents: a solution for children with more than two parents?; An empirical and comparative law research (full text only available in Dutch)

The aim of this study is to gain an insight into possible problems in multi-parent families as a consequence of current...

Research with publication | 10-02-2014

Evaluation Parenting Plan; (Full text available only in Dutch)

On March 1,2009, the Promotion of Continued Parenting and Proper Divorce Actg came into effect. One element of this act is...

Research with publication | 20-12-2013

Divorce and parenting; (full text available only in Dutch)

Publication | 27-10-2011

Possible effects of legal delay

This study is a stocktaking study of the possible effect of legal delay. The aim of this research is to provide insight in...

Research with publication | 07-01-2008

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