While the path to divorce may be strenuous and taxing for both spouses and children (if any involved), we strive to minimize as much negative impact on the children as possible.
At WMH, each of our client’s child’s interest is of utmost importance to us. Our focus is always on the physical, mental and emotional well-being of the children. We believe that each and every child is unique and a child’s voice should be heard in the process of any family matters, no matter how young they are. We seek to work with our clients to recognize such voice within a child via various approaches. Our lawyers will work with various child-oriented welfare organizations, experts and professionals in helping out clients to explore what is in the best interest of the child.
Our lawyers conduct research on not just the law but also on various established academic articles on how divorces would affect the child’s physical and psychological wellbeing, including but not limited to potential psychosomatic problems. At appropriate junctures, we would submit these academic observations to the Court to ensure that the child’s welfare is adequately protected.
Our firm is also equipped with child-friendly materials and a child’s quiet corner, should our clients need to bring their children along for discussions.