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Wedding Ring divorce on grounds of adultery

Infidelity is a common cause of divorce in Singapore. Yet, many neither understand nor are realistic in their expectations when they seek a divorce on grounds of adultery. Here are 9 pointers to consider before filing based on adultery for divorce proceedings. In practice, the person that is alleging adultery is the plaintiff; and the

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Featured Image hdb assets after divorce

During a divorce, several assets will be divided amongst you and your spouse. However, what happens to your HDB flat? How will it be divided? This depends on whether your flat is considered a matrimonial asset and whether you and your spouse can come into an agreement with regard to its ownership. How do you

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Will writing, probate and estate administration, and testament

Life still goes on, yes, even after you’ve made up your mind to go separate ways from your partner. Sometimes, the unexpected happens, and one’s life may just end abruptly without any warning signs. Realistically, divorce proceedings take months, and in some cases even years, to wrap up. If you should pass away without having

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MRI patient having a medical appointment for Lasting Power of Attorney

Singaporeans are becoming aware of the importance of writing will in order to distribute their assets according to their wishes in the event of death. However in numerous scenerios, the Lasting Power of Attorney is often left out. Many of them have not thought about the possible situation when they are still living but are

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Nullity Marriage

“Single” instead of “Divorcee” Any husband or wife may file a claim for judgment of nullity asking for the Court to declare the marriage to be made null and void. The party’s marital status after nullity of marriage has been granted, is that of a “single” and not a “divorcee”. A marriage may be void

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Divorce Maintenance Children

Maintenance of Child It is the duty of a parent to maintain or contribute to the maintenance of his or her child, whether or not the child is living with the parent, with such accommodation, clothing, food and education as may be reasonable. This responsibility continues even after a divorce. In assessing maintenance, the Court

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