Only one quarter of American households consist of what most people think of
as a "traditional family," i.e. married couples and their children. Nearly 90
percent of opposite-sex, unmarried American households include children and
about two-fifths of children are expected to live in a cohabiting household
at some point. The numbers pinpoint the increasing importance of understanding
paternity laws to the family law practitioner and to render effective, timely
assistance to separating families and their children. Readers will learn:
Family Law Section
Young Lawyers Division
Juvenile and Child Welfare Section
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