Paper ni Ina yang buat banyak, saya tengok2 mana yang perlu diubah, susunan subtopic dan add isi siket2 jer.. Dalam buat kertas kerja, saya pegang pada prinsip that kerjasama buleh dalam proportion yang unik, boleh 50:50, boleh 40:60, boleh 30:70 dan boleh juga 20:80. Tengok keadaan dan kesesuaian. Kat Mesia sebelum ini, ada kala saya buat 70, kawan saya 30, ada kala 50, ada kala 60. Dengan Sham hari tu, saya rasa saya buat dalam 40%, dalam kertas kerja dengan Ina ni, saya rasa saya buat dalam 30% jer kot. Time kasih dan tahniah pada Ina, nanti dia nak pergi present di Singapore ni.. Good luck yer..
Child Custody and Maintenance Decisions:
A Case Study of Selected High Court Judgments in
Nor Fadzlina Nawi 
Nurhidayah Muhammad Hashim 
The determination of physical custody and maintenance arrangement for children is among the most difficult decisions that must be made in marital dissolution process. From a legal point of view, the current determining standard of the ‘best interest of the child’ is a vague principle of law. The application of the legal principle or standard is claimed to be usually “indeterminate” and “speculative” due to the fact that the court needs to make a prediction of what will be the best custodial and maintenance arrangement for the child. This requires the court to make an evaluation based on the facts of the case and can be eventually shaped or influenced by the trial judge’s own personal values and discretions in making the decisions. The discretionary nature of the application of the principle, along with different sets of values in the assessment may lead to assumptions of adjudicator bias and discrimination and thus encourage re-litigation. Even when courts increase the use of their resources in assessing the best arrangement for the children, they remain an outside party to these relationships. This and the fact that relationships are being assessed by courts at times of abnormal stress mean that the reliability of any decision made is usually questionable. However, in most contested custody cases, the courts have to come to a final decision.
This study traces a collective of high court’s judgements in
 Presented at the Marital Dissolution in Asia Conference & Workshop, 6 - 7 May 2010 organized by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, Bukit Timah Campus,
 Law Lecturer with Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah
 Associate Professor at Centre for Islamic Thought and Understanding