Protected: Mediation helps divorcing parties focus on real needs

Mediation helps divorcing parties focus on real needs This is the first part of a series on the different ways divorce can be settled. This article was first published 23 May, 2018 by TODAY . Author: PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate Lat Mun Loon of Amicus Consulting I read with interest the reports “Divorce made less bitter with new mediation process” (May 18) and “Amicable divorce options not popular” (May 19). As a mediator, I affirm the direction taken by the courts and the Singapore Mediation Centre. A divorce should be settled as amicably as possible for the benefit of the children as well as everyone else involved. While divorce is a legal and social issue, it must first be seen as a…

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