These Rules are the Women's Charter (Parenting Programme) Rules 2016 and come into operation on 1 December 2016.
Mandatory Parenting Programme. The Mandatory Parenting Programme is a consultation session for parents with minor children before they file for divorce. It is designed to encourage divorcing couples make informed decisions that prioritise the well-being of children.
Mandatory parenting programme extended to divorcing parents with children below 21 years old from Jan 21. The Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) is extending the Mandatory Parenting Programme (MPP) to include divorcing parents with children below 21 years old.
New rules in the Women's Charter have now implemented a Mandatory Parenting Programme (“MPP”) to better protect children affected by their parents' split.
Under section 94A of the Women's Charter read with rule 3 of the Women's Charter (Parenting Programme) Rules, you are required to attend the MPP if you and your spouse: Are unable to agree on the reason for divorce and/or ancillary matters; and. Have children below 21 years of age.
Mandatory Parenting Programme. One of the fundamental changes affecting divorce proceedings in Singapore is the change that has been
Couples who file for divorce from Jan 21 must attend the Mandatory Parenting Programme (MPP), a two-hour session where they will learn how
Pierce County Local Rule for Special Proceedings 94.05 became effective September 1, 2000, and the following mandatory parenting seminar programs:.
SINGAPORE: The Mandatory Parenting Programme (MPP) will be extended to include divorcing parents with children below 21 years old, the