Divorcing parents should depend less on legal remedies and focus more on the welfare of the child when wrangling over care, control and access, said Justice Debbie Ong, the presiding judge of the Family Justice Courts (FJC).
In a recent e-mail interview with The Straits Times, Justice Ong, who took over as presiding judge last October, said that letting the court settle child access disputes was less ideal than parents making healthy arrangements by agreement, even if it means parents not getting their way.
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