As an international collection of essays, Marriage, Children, and Family: Modern Challenges and Comparative Law Perspective, reveals the universal nature of challenges every society faces both in encouraging family formation and responding to some of the harms arising from the failure of such formation due to a variety of addictions. Abuse, abandonment, and the sexualization of children are just a few of the harms addresses by the experts. In this brief review, the author encourages readers to compare both jurisprudential and technical differences in national treatment of these difficult family law issues, with a special emphasis on understanding the current approach of the Polish government.

https://doi.org/10.32082/fp.v3i53.307 

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