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Family Law

Child support

2011

University of Richmond

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Family Law, Ronald R. Tweel, Elizabeth P. Coughter, Jason P. Seiden Nov 2011

Family Law, Ronald R. Tweel, Elizabeth P. Coughter, Jason P. Seiden

University of Richmond Law Review

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Preglimony, Shari Motro Jan 2011

Preglimony, Shari Motro

Law Faculty Publications

Unmarried lovers who conceive are strangers in the eyes of the law. If the woman terminates the pregnancy, the man owes her nothing. If she takes the pregnancy to term, the man's obligation to support her is limited. The law reflects this lovers-as-strangers presumption by making a man's obligation towards a woman with whom he conceives derivative of his paternity-related obligations; his duty is towards his child, not towards the woman in her own right. Thus, a pregnant woman's lost wages and other personal costs are her private problem, and if there is no child at the end of the …