The Mandatory Parenting Programme is a consultation session for parents with minor children before filing for divorce.
Divorce can be a difficult process for all those involved and affects children in various ways. Help your child understand and cope.
Cooperative co-parenting helps divorcing parents make choices where their children feel safe, loved and secure despite the change in the family structure.
This programme aims to help divorced parents of minor children understand the impact of divorce on their children, learn cooperative co-parenting strategies and practise self-care.
This evidence-based programme, developed by child experts, has two components – one for parents to understand the needs of their children and another for children to learn to cope with their feelings and fears.
The Supervised Exchange and Visitation Programme provides a safe platform for high conflict families who face difficulties on child access.
A direct video link service to the courts to apply for the enforcement of new and existing spousal and/or child maintenance orders.
During counselling sessions, individuals and families come together in a safe and confidential platform where they can share experiences and offer mutual support to one another.
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Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions about the Mandatory Parenting Programme for more information.
DSSAs provide support and care to divorced/divorcing families with specialised services and programmes.
You may wish to send a query to our office, a one stop resource centre for matters pertaining to divorce.
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Refer to our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
The Women’s Charter governs the law on divorces for civil marriages in Singapore.
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