Singapore Child Custody Cases

Many of my clients are curious and interested to know the outcomes of Singapore child custody cases. What do the Family Justice Courts look out for in Singapore child custody cases? In general, it boils down to the welfare of the child. And this is not about how much you earn, or how well you … Read more

Women’s Charter Child Custody

How will the Family Justice Courts decide on the issue of Women’s Charter Child Custody? It is important that you understand the definition of the different terms. Women’s Charter Child Custody, or just custody, refers to the right to make major decisions on behalf of your child. These decisions include medical, religious and educational decisions. … Read more

Why I Dissuade my Clients from Using a Child to Hurt the Other Parent

Over the years, I have come across a few cases where one parent resorted to using a child to hurt the other parent. It is really sad. An extreme case of “using a child to hurt the other parent” happened in China recently. A woman in Jiangxi province cut off her son’s penis to “get … Read more

Parenting Disagreements Between Spouses

Parenting disagreements between spouses may seem trivial at the start, but it can lead to many problems in the later part of the marriage. Parenting Disagreements between Spouses One parent may feel that he or she is doing everything- homework, household chores, etc. This could lead to stress, frustration and quarrels. Some parents may believe … Read more

How do Mixed Messages from Parents Affect the Child?

Have you wondered how mixed messages from parents affect your child? According to Mr Sam Kuna, president of the Singapore Association for Counselling, mixed messages from parents (disagreement) can be a learning point. If parents can disagree agreeably and explain to their children on their different views, children will learn that disagreement does not equate … Read more