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In this book, the author claims that despite considerable comment in the press and in academia, by professionals and by politicians, about divorce reform and the post-divorce family, much has been left unsaid.;There are ""undercurrents"" of divorce which are not visible and not discussed because they do not fit into a dominant discursive framework for talk about divorce. This book aims to bring these undercurrents to the surface and, in that process, seeks to do two things: to explain how and why aspects of divorce, and the lives of those divorcing, have become marginalized in professional and political discussion; and to make visible the practical and legal effects of such exclusion.