Courts studying ways to improve compliance with post-divorce child access

The Family Justice Courts (pictured) said it is considering what several other countries are doing to get parents to comply with access orders.
The Family Justice Courts (pictured) said it is considering what several other countries are doing to get parents to comply with access orders. PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - The Family Justice Courts (FJC) are studying ways to get parents to comply with access orders, from getting recalcitrant parents to compensate the other parent for their failure to provide access to making them do community service.

Access orders are court orders that give the parent who does not live with the child time to spend with their offspring after a divorce.

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