Easing impact on children of couples who call it quits

Since January, couples with children under 21 who cannot agree on their parenting plans and other divorce-related matters, have had to attend the Mandatory Parenting Programme before they can file for divorce. PHOTO: ST FILE
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Madam Tang's world fell apart after she discovered her husband of nearly 20 years was cheating on her.

The housewife gave her husband, who works in the banking industry, multiple chances to end the affair, but to no avail.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on October 14, 2018, with the headline Easing impact on children of couples who call it quits. Subscribe