Singapore Divorce Lawyer


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Looking for a Divorce Lawyer? Our Blog is designed to inform you about the whole divorce procedure in Singapore. Understand your rights and be informed before deciding. We offer a Free Initial Consultation.


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Singapore Divorce Lawyer:

Singapore Divorce Lawyer Introduction : This blog is written by Ms Gloria James- Civetta , a family lawyer in Singapore. The managing partner of Gloria James- Civetta & Co, Ms James was educated in the UK. With more than 18 years of experience handling divorce cases and family law proceedings, Ms James is highly skilled at ensuring everything is taken into consideration in a divorce. Ms James is an appointed Associate Mediator of the Singapore Mediation Centre and Primary Dispute Resolution Centre of the Subordinate Courts of Singapore, and is a member of the Family Law Practice Committee of the Law Society Singapore. She is also amongst the first batch of lawyers in Singapore to receive accreditation as a Collaborative Family Practitioner. Read More..

How To Choose A Best Lawyer:

How To Choose A Best Lawyer The most important decision in your divorce is choosing the right lawyer. Firstly, your lawyer should be a Specialist in Matrimonial law; “your lawyer must have considerable experience in handling divorce cases”. An ideal family lawyer will let you have active participation in discussions about your case and guide you through the proceedings. There are many generalist lawyers who offer and advertise cheap Legal Services online to entice clients to use their services, but beware, choose with caution. You only receive what you pay for. There is no such thing as a flat fee divorce unless you are absolutely sure that your partner will consent to divorce in your terms. You can’t expect more than you bargain for with a flat fee advertisement. Click for more information .

Divorce Process:

Divorce Process Divorce in Singapore is a 2-step process, being either contested or uncontested. In the first stage, Courts will deal with the termination of the marriage itself. Here, the Court will decide whether the marriage should be dissolved. At the end of this stage, if successful, parties will receive an Interim Judgement . In the second stage, the Court will deal with the Ancillary matters. These include division of matrimonial assets, dealing with custody of the children and maintenance of the wife and children. At the end of this stage, parties will receive a Final Judgement .

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