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Plans to extend Lasting Power of Attorney Form 1 application fee waiver for Singapore citizens beyond 31 March 2021
Feb 24, 2021
MSF response to a parliamentary question by Mr Sitoh Yih Pin on the Lasting Power of Attorney Form 1.
Duration for deputyship application process without a Lasting Power of Attorney
Feb 2, 2021
MSF response to a parliamentary question by Mr Yip Hon Weng on the Lasting Power of Attorney.
Tackling family violence
Feb 1, 2021
MSF response to a parliamentary question by Mr Zhulkarnain Abdul Rahim on family violence.
Regulatory requirements to be a home-based babysitter in Singapore
Nov 3, 2020
MSF response to a question by Miss Cheng Li Hui on the regulatory requirements for home-based babysitter in Singapore.
Uptake of Government-Paid Child Care Leave Scheme By Working Parents in Past Five Years
Nov 4, 2019
When employers submit claims for GPCL, we only check whether the employee has a child below 7 years old.
Speech by AP Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim at Muslim Family Law Symposium
Oct 7, 2019
Speech by Associate Professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim at Muslim Family Law Symposium
Public Consultation on RERF Report
Sep 19, 2019
Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and the Ministry of Law
(MinLaw) have received recommendations from the Committee to Review and Enhance
Reforms in the Family Justice System (RERF Committee).
Definition of 'Disability' for Social Policies
Jul 8, 2019
Minister answers questions by Ms Anthea Ong, Nominated Member of Parliament about the official definition of "disability" used in our social policies.
Speech by Minister Desmond Lee at the National Family Violence Networking System Conference 2018
Nov 27, 2018
Speech by Minister Desmond Lee at the National Family Violence Networking System Conference (NFVNS) 2018
Enhanced Salary Benchmarks for Social Service Professionals
Mar 7, 2018
From 1 April 2018, the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) will enhance salary norms for MSF-funded programmes by up to 12 per cent across all professions and job levels.