divorce, Supreme Court of Canada, marriage property, pensions, rights of visitation, joint custody
The thought that a Canadian, who has difficulty mastering the Federal Divorce Law together with that of 13 Provincial or Territorial bodies of family law might benefit from reading a large American casebook with national coverage requires explanation. In fact the problems of family law seem to run along defined channels of human behaviour which transcend national boundaries. The solutions are not always the same (hence the nature of this book in breaking out of particular mind sets) but the underlying problems are.
Alastair Bissett-Johnson, "Family Law: Cases, Comments & Questions" (1987) 11:1 Dal LJ 358.