Mandatory Co-Parenting Programme (CPP)
Understand your marital situation and the impact of divorce on you and your children. You will also receive personalised support from a counsellor during the CPP consultation.
Mandatory Co-Parenting Programme (CPP) in English
More than 90% of parents who completed CPP reported that they are better informed of the impact of divorce on themselves and their children.
Going through a divorce can be challenging and emotional for parents and children. This programme will provide parents with support and guidance during this difficult period.
While the programme is mandatory for couples with children who are unable to reach an agreement on divorce matters, couples who have reached an agreement may still participate and benefit from CPP.
Find out more about the Mandatory Co-Parenting Programme (CPP).
Find out what the exclusion criteria for CPP is.
As part of the Court process, you would need to fill in a Parenting Plan when filing for divorce.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the CPP.
 Under the Women’s Charter Section 94A, all parents with children below 21 years old are required to attend the Mandatory Co-Parenting Programme (CPP) before filing for divorce, if they are unable to reach an agreement with their spouse on both the grounds for divorce and/or all ancillary matters (i.e. divorce will be filed on the normal track).