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In 2019 in Switzerland, more than one in ten people with children under 18 are no longer in a relationship with the other parent. This results in Swiss children growing up within a diversity of custody arrangements and often having multi-local residence across parental households. Fathers have also become more involved over time, which has changed the patterns and the distribution of time that children spend with each parent. However, we still know very little about the extent to which custody arrangements are stable and how they relate to child well-being over time. The project will thus focus on post-separation custody arrangements and their impact on children contributing to the identification of risk and resilience factors for child well-being after parental union dissolution in Switzerland.  +Read More