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Lim Chong Boon is interviewed by Straits Times on divorce caused by different parenting styles

25 September 2016

Co-sleeping, the practice of having infants and toddlers sleep with their parents, is said to impart a sense of security to the young ones.

Its disadvantages, say detractors, include an increased risk of suffocation for babies and, for adults, a dampener on spousal intimacy.

In some cases, unhappy spouses even take the matter to their lawyers.

Lim Chong Boon is interviewed by Straits Times on divorce caused by different parenting styles – http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/splitting-over-parenting

Mr Lim Chong Boon, head of family law practice at PKWA Law, says co-sleeping is a major area of parental conflict in divorce cases he has handled.

One client, for example, told him that having his eight-year-old child in the matrimonial bed strained his relationship with his wife.

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