Neutrosophic Estimation to validate a Legal Argument about the Use of Congruous Alimony as a Family Burden on Child Support Determination Trials
Keywords:Legal argument, Estimation, Neutrosophic Confidence Interval, child support, congruous alimony
The Constitution of the Republic of Ecuador clearly establishes the prevalence of the rights of children and adolescents, based on the principle of the Best Interests of the Child. However, this research is intended to validate a legal argument, which shows that this principle is violated in maintenance trials if the Mediation Act on Congruous Maintenance agreements is accepted by considering it as a new right holder. With this purpose, we applied a survey to a significant sample of lawyers and law students to measure their agreement with the main points of the argument. The population ratio was estimated using the Large-Sample Neutrosophic Confidence Interval for the Population Proportion. The estimated population results confirmed the relevance of the legal argument conducted.
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