Child has Right to Get Love from both Parents. Good Attitude of both Parents

Child has Right to Get Love from both Parents. Good Attitude of both Parents

Smriti Madan Kansagra vs Perry Kansagra

Delhi HC

17/02/2017

MAT.APP.(F.C.) 67/2016

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Child has Right to Get Love from both Parents. Good Attitude of both Parents

 

There can be no quarrel with the proposition that mediation proceedings are confidential proceedings and anything disclosed, discussed or proposed by the parties before the mediator cannot be recorded, much less divulged. The reason being that very often during mediations, offers, counter offers and proposals are made. The ethos of mediation would bar disclosure of specified communications and writings associated with mediation. Parties are encouraged during mediation to engage in honest discussions as regards their problems and in matrimonial disputes these honest discussions many a time give rise to a better understanding between the couple. Such an approach encourages a forget and forgive attitude to be formed by the parties. If either spouse is under an apprehension that the well-meant deliberations might subsequently be used against them it would hamper an unreserved consideration of their problems. The atmosphere of mutual trust during mediation warrants complete confidentiality.

 

But where the scope of mediation is the resolution of a child parenting issue, report by a mediator or a child counselor concerning the behaviour and attitude of the child would not fall within the bar of confidentiality for the reason no information shared by the couple is being brought on record. The mandate of Section 12 of the Family Courts Act, 1984 cannot be lost sight of.

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