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Description 9 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 9 Table of Contents Figure 9: Canadian Children Born to a Lone-Parent or Who Have Experienced the Separation of Their Parents, Various Birth Cohorts Line Graph, 1987-1988 Cohorts, 1983-1984 Cohorts, 1971-1973 Cohorts, 1961-1963 Cohorts, Age of Child Back to Figure 9 Table

Figure 9 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 3 Table of Contents Figure 9: Canadian Children Born to a Lone-Parent or Who Have Experienced the Separation of Their Parents, Various Birth Cohorts Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999).Custody, Access and Child Support: Findings from The National

Description 4 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 4 Table of Contents Figure 4: Marital Status of Male and Female Lone Parents (1991) Bar Graph, Single Never Married male 9% female 19.5%, Separated 38% male 24.5% female, Divorced 34% male 33% female, Widowed 20.5% male 24% female Back to Figure 4 Table of Contents Date

Figure 15 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 4 Table of Contents Figure 15: Type of Contact Maintained with Father at the Time of Survey, According to Time Elapsed Since Separation-NLSCY 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999). Custody, Access and Child Support: Findings from The National

Figure 21 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 5 Table of Contents Figure 21: Visiting Patterns with Father, for Children Living with Mother at Time of Separation, According to Regularity of Child Support Payments-NLSCY, Cycle 1, 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999). Custody, Access and Child

Figure 10 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 3 Table of Contents Figure 10: Canadian Children Born in a Two-Parent Family Who Have Experienced Their Parents' Separation, According to Type of Parents' Union, 1983-1984 Cohorts-NLSCY 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999).Custody, Access

ENDNOTES - Report on Family Law Research in Nunavut (2003-FCY-3E)

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May 14, 2002 ...Report on Family Law Research in Nunavut Previous Page Table of Contents ENDNOTES [1] Legal Services Act (Nunavut), R.S.N.W.T. 1988, c. L-4, as amended for Nunavut. [2] A detailed discussion of the methodology underlying this research report, including recommended approaches for future empirical studies, is set out in Appendix One. [3] Maligarnitt Qimrujiit

Setting the Context - What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners

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Aug 5, 2016 ...What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page Setting the Context Defining Family Violence No universally shared definition of FV exists. However, as the examples below illustrate, most definitions contain similar key elements: FV is behaviour within

Description 20 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 20 Table of Contents Figure 20: Government Transfers as a Source of Income, for Payers and Recipients, Canada, 1995 Bar Graph, Employment Insurance 19% Payers 16% Recipients, Other pensions 6% Payers 2% Recipients, Social Assistance 4% Payers 28% Recipients, Old Age

Description 18 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 18 Table of Contents Figure 18: Income Ranges of Payers and Recipients, 1995 Bar Graph, Less than 10,000 4% Payers, 16% Recipients, 10,000 - 19,999 22% Payers, 46% Recipients, 20,000 - 29,999 28% Payers, 23% Recipients, 30,000 - 39,999 27% Payers, 12% Recipients, 40,000

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