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What is the difference between Divorce, Nullity and Judicial...

There are different ways to get out of a marital relationship in Singapore – Divorce, Nullity and Judicial Separation. Divorce formally ends and terminates the marriage. Nullity voids marriage in […]

Posted on 17 October 2018

What is the Family Court and what types of cases does it han...

The Family Court handles all Family Law-related Court proceedings in Singapore. The Family Court handles cases including those relating to: Adoption proceedings Divorce, nullity and Judicial Separation proceedings Guardianship, Custody, […]

Posted on 15 October 2018

Consent Orders can be varied in limited and special circumst...

A Consent Order is an Order of Court which records the terms that have been agreed to by the parties in concluding a matter or dispute. However, the Women’s Charter […]

Posted on 1 July 2016

No obligation to disclose information before signing Deed of...

If you are signing a Deed of Separation, it is important to ensure that your spouse has disclosed all relevant information for your consideration before you sign it because you […]

Posted on 29 June 2016

New approach to dividing matrimonial assets to recognise ind...

If you did not work during your marriage and had instead devoted yourself to looking after the children and family, your non-financial contributions will still be recognised by the Court […]

Posted on 27 June 2016

Bankruptcy will significantly affect division of matrimonial...

If your spouse is a bankrupt, this can significantly affect how your matrimonial assets are divided. The High Court provided an explanation of how bankruptcy can potentially have a significant […]

Posted on 20 June 2016
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