postmarital

postmarital

(ˌpəʊstˈmærɪtəl)
adj
occurring, effective, or provided after marriage
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At the same time, to shift cultural attitudes, a large-scale campaign is needed to promote female participation in pre- and postmarital decisions, electoral processes and family decision-making.
(45.) See Clare Huntington, Postmarital Family Law: A Legal Structure for Nonmarital Families, 67 STAN.
(8) In a 2010 study that focused on postmarital follow-up counseling to high-risk carriers of thalassemia and sickle cell anemia, 31% of participants reported that insufficient time was spent discussing the results, with the majority receiving their results from paramedical personnel (nurses, medical technologist, and laboratory clerks) rather than from physicians.
Previous studies argued that tooth extraction reflected postmarital residence, identifying individuals with the 4I style of tooth extraction as local residents based on more frequent occurrences of grave goods (Harunari 1986).
She has helped many clients in Maryland and the District of Columbia with family law issues, including high-conflict divorces, custody cases involving special needs children and premarital and postmarital agreements.
Haas explains, "[p]rivate ordering of marital and postmarital relationships generally has been accepted with respect to certain incidents of those relationships--ownership of property and, to a lesser extent, support.
of premarital, postmarital, or separation agreements in the context of
In a sample related to ours, they find that the existence of fixed postmarital residence rules is weakly responsive to a set of environmental, technological, and economic variables.
Over thirteen chapters the author covers domestic violence, premarital and postmarital agreements, adoption, the divorce process, divorce, annulment, legal separation, marriage and the legal recognition of nonmarital couples, child custody, child support, spousal support, jurisdiction, and a wide variety of other related subjects and concepts.
In the population with traditional sexual behavior, studies suggest that sexual activity (i.e., having new sexual partners) among women occurs mostly at young ages (i.e., at marital age), whereas sexual activity among men usually reaches a plateau, typically at postmarital age, and remains consistent throughout their sexually active life (3,4,9-11).
KONIGSBERG, L.W., (1988): Migration models of prehistoric postmarital residence, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 77 (4): 471-482.
Postmarital family law, then, recognizes that relationships