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The verb 'to affect' is the right one, since it means 'to have an influance on'.
'To affect' is often confused with the verb 'to effect', which has a very different meaning, though; it means 'to create' and is also used as a noun.
Can someone tell me which is the right phase (as it affects daughters; or as it effects daughters). The sentence is "The case involves interpretaion of the DC law, as it affects/effects daughters.