The child’s welfare is the fundamental basis on which the court will consider how the custody and care and control of the child will be determined. A child’s welfare does not only include the child’s physical wellbeing and the ability of the parent to provide a good life for the child, but also
When going through a divorce, decisions will have to be made on the caregiving arrangements for the children, how the matrimonial assets will be split, and the amount of maintenance to be provided to the spouse and children. These matters are known as the Ancillary Matters, and careful
Under the Women’s Charter, the only way that you can get the court to grant you a divorce in Singapore is by being able to prove that your marriage has irretrievably broken down.
If you are contemplating a divorce from your spouse and do not know where to begin, the first step is to think about whether your divorce will be Uncontested or Contested.
A simplified uncontested divorce has its name for a reason - it is a straightforward and simple process suitable if you find yourself in a situation where both you and your spouse are still on amicable terms but wish to part ways.
The Mandatory Parenting Programme is a free consultation session that aims to help divorcing couples to better understand the negative effects and impacts that the divorce can have on their children. Divorcing couples are encouraged to make decisions that prioritize the well-being of their children.
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