Monday, September 26, 2005

Partnership Marriage as a Theory of Wealth Distribution

In Rehabilitating Partnership Marriage As A Theory Of Wealth Distribution At Divorce: In Recognition Of A Shared Life, Alicia Brokars Kelly describes the basic contours of marital partnership theory and establishes that the theory has been extensively adopted and integrated into contemporary divorce law. The article traces the historical origins of the concept as well as the emergence of partnership marriage in contemporary family law. The article also delineates how partnership theory has been rejected, distorted, or only partially applied. Alicia Brokars Kelly, Rehabilitating Partnership Marriage As A Theory Of Wealth Distribution At Divorce: In Recognition Of A Shared Life, 19 Wis. Women's L.J. 141 (2004). Link to Article (NVS)

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