Children’s Rights and Best Interest of the Child

Children were once Considered as Property. Prior to 1839, English family law gave custody of the children to the father after a divorce because the father could provide for the child. During the early nineteenth century, women had few individual rights. English law defined the role of the wife as subordination to her husband, putting her under the control of her husband, unable to own any of her own property.

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