LGBTQ Divorce and Relationship Dissolution

Psychological and Legal Perspectives and Implications for Practice
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 14. November 2018
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  • 488 Seiten
 
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What unique challenges face LGBTQ individuals in relationships or who are separating or divorcing, especially now that same-sex couples may marry? What issues might complicate the ending of relationships when children, multiple partners, or multiple parents are present? How do gender, gender transition, ethnicity, immigration status, economic status, geography, and other characteristics shape the experiences of divorcing or separating LGBTQ people? Finally, how can therapists and lawyers most effectively assist LGBTQ people whose relationships and families are dissolving? LGBTQ Divorce and Relationship Dissolution: Psychological and Legal Perspectives and Implications for Practice brings together social science and legal perspectives to examine the timely topic of relationship dissolution and divorce among sexual and gender minorities. The first edited book to tackle this topic in an informed, comprehensive, and interdisciplinary matter, this volume gathers and expands current knowledge on topics such as LGBTQ people's relationship and dissolution patterns; the divorce and child custody rules and processes that now apply to many LGBTQ families; and the surrounding political and cultural environment in the United States. It will also address practical issues such as mediation with same-sex couples who are separating or divorcing, financial planning, and family therapy for sexual minority parents and their children in the context of divorce/dissolution. With chapters contributed by leading scholars and practitioners from law, political science, psychology, sociology, and other disciplines, LGBTQ Divorce and Relationship Dissolution will be an invaluable resource for academics, practitioners, policymakers, and LGBTQ people. It will also be of interest to students in psychology, counseling, law, and LGBTQ and gender studies.
  • Englisch
  • Oxford
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  • USA
  • 35,17 MB
978-0-19-063518-3 (9780190635183)
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Abbie E. Goldberg is a Professor of Psychology at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Her research and teaching focuses on diverse families, genders, and sexualities. She is the author of two books on LGBTQ parent families, and the co-editor of a book on LGBTQ parent families. She is also the editor of the Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies. She has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Spencer Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Williams Institute, and other private foundations for her work on LGBTQ parent families and adoptive families. Adam P. Romero is the Arnold D. Kassoy Scholar of Law and Director of Legal Scholarship at the Williams Institute, and is a Lecturer-in-Law at UCLA School of Law. His research concerns how the law shapes and responds to vulnerabilities, disparities, and discrimination in society. He is the co-editor of Feminist and Queer Legal Theories: Intimate Encounters, Uncomfortable Conversations. He successfully represented the plaintiffs in the first case in the nation to declare unconstitutional laws barring the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages in the veterans-benefits context.
Introduction Abbie E. Goldberg and Adam Romero Chapter One: Implications of Obergefell for Same-Sex Marriage, Divorce, and Parental Rights Nancy J. Knauer PART I - Same-Sex Couples and Relationship Well-Being, Dissolution, and Divorce Introduction to Part I Abbie E. Goldberg and Adam Romero Chapter 2: Demographic Approaches to Same-Sex Relationship Dissolution and Divorce: Research Findings, Data Challenges, and Implications for Further Research Wendy D. Manning and Kara Joyner Chapter 3: What Makes Same-Sex Relationships Endure? Sharon S. Rostosky and Ellen D.B. Riggle Chapter 4: Stress in the Lives of Same-Sex Couples: Implications for Relationship Dissolution and Divorce David M. Frost and Allen J. LeBlanc Chapter 5: Same-Sex Binational Families: Risk Factors for Relationship Dissatisfaction, Conflict, and Divorce Daniela F. Domínguez, Jacqueline Coppock, and Marcela Polanco Chapter 6: What We Know (And Don't Know) About the Bereavement Experience of Same-Sex Spouses Rachel Donnelly, Corinne Reczek, and Debra Umberson Chapter 7: Consensual Dispute Resolution with Same-Sex Couples Diane M. Goodman and Mariette Geldenhuys PART II: Same-Sex Couples with Children: Navigating Relationship Dissolution and Divorce as a Family Introduction to Part II Abbie E. Goldberg and Adam Romero Chapter 8: Same-Sex Relationship Dissolution and Divorce: How will Children be Affected? Rachel H. Farr and Abbie E. Goldberg Chapter 9: Social Science Research on Heterosexual Relationship Dissolution and Divorce Where One Parent Comes Out as LBG Fiona Tasker and Katy Rensten Chapter 10: Child Custody in the Context of LGBTQ Relationship Dissolution and Divorce Kim H. Pearson Chapter 11: Family, Loss, and Change: Navigating Family Breakup Before the Advent of Legal Marriage and Divorce Katherine R. Allen Chapter 12: A Lesbian Parent's Perspective on LGBTQ Families of Choice: Sharing Custody When There is No Legal Requirement to Do So Joyce Kauffman Chapter 13: Tying Tight or Splitting Up: An Adult's Perspective of His Parents' Same-Sex Relationship Dissolution Aaron Sachs Chapter 14: From Conflict to Co-parenting: Considerations in Clinical Practice with Separating and Divorcing Same-Sex Parent Couples Mark Gianino and Elisabeth Sackton PART III: Transgender and Gender Variant Individuals: Relationship Dissolution and Divorce Introduction to Part III Abbie E. Goldberg and Adam Romero Chapter 15: Trans Partnership and Marriage: Risk Factors for Conflict, Dissolution, and Divorce Carla A. Pfeffer and Natalie N. Castaneda Chapter 16: Legal Issues in Divorce for Transgender Individuals Shannon P. Minter Chapter 17: Transition Through a Shattered Crystal Snowglobe: Reflections on Transitioning and Divorce Denise Brogan Kator Chapter 18: A Daughter of a Transgender Parent's Perspective on Relationship Dissolution Amanda Veldorale-Griffin PART IV: Perspectives on Gender, Heteronormativity, Monogamy, and Marriage Introduction to Part IV Abbie E. Goldberg and Adam Romero Chapter 19: The Role of Gender and Gender Dynamics in Same-Sex Divorce and Dissolution Suzanne A. Kim and Edward Stein Chapter 20: Emerging Legal Issues in Same-Sex Divorces: A Lawyer's View of the Unanticipated Effects of Heteronormative Marital Law Frederick Hertz Chapter 21: Exploring the Polysemy of Voice and Silence: (Not) Talking about Divorce after the US Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage Gust A. Yep, Rebecca N. Gigi, and Briana E. Avila Chapter 22: Dissolution of Polyamorous Relationships: Multiple Parent Families, and Other Complex Arrangements Jodi Argentino and Celeste Fiore CONCLUSION: Conversations with Long-Term Couples Who Have Faced Challenges and Navigated Through Them Nanette K. Gartrell and Esther D. Rothblum

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