Women and children are part of a social community that guarantees their human security when dealing with the law, especially as victims of divorce. Several policies that the Supreme Court has issued as a form of human security for the rights of women and children in the religious court include Supreme Court Regulation (Perma) Number 3 of 2017 concerning Guidelines for Prosecuting Womens Cases Dealing with the Law and Perma Number 5 of 2019 concerning Guidelines for Adjudicating Marriage Dispensations. The problem of this study is how these two policies can provide security for psychologically fulfilling legal rights for women and children. Therefore, implementing these two policies must be supported by the psychologists role especially in religious courts. The aim to be achieved is to provide psychological support for women and children dealing with the law in the religious court. Thus, the method used to obtain data is a literature study with normative approach. The data were analyzed descriptively, and the results showed that the role of psychologists was indispensable in the religious court. The reason is that the psychological condition of women and children in legal proceedings is vulnerable to experiencing fear, insecurity, and slumping.
H. A. Syahr, Z.; Z. Albana, M.; P. D. Hutapea, T.; Mirza, M.; N. M. Tobing, C.; U. Sally, N.; H. Syaifullah, D.; ,, Buyamin; and Abidin, Z.
"Protection of the Rights of Women and Children in The Divorce Process through Psychologists Role in the Religious Court in Indonesia.,"
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