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Child Custody Practices. Upon the dissolution of a marriage or consensual union, it is customary for the children resulting from that union to live with their mothers. This arrangement accounts, in large part, for the high number of singleparent households headed by women found in the AA population. Following the divorce mothers and their children generally suffer economically more than fathers. ps 8/12/02 2:54 PM Page 18 Copyright © 2003 by F. A. Davis. Although the law mandates child support payments, these monies are often very difficult for AA women to collect because of the high levels of incarceration, unemployment, underemployment and unwillingness on the part of some men to pay child support.
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