Contract Drafting Lawyers In Singapore

Get professional legal advice on your contracts

The drafting of contracts is an inevitable part of business, and something that is often overlooked by companies and individuals alike. Whilst there are many pre-existing templates available online, most of these will not be optimised in relation to your specific needs and may leave you open to issues in the future.

We offer affordable fees for reviewing and providing advice on existing contracts as well as drafting new agreements for a range of purposes.

Do you really need a lawyer for this?

We may be accused of being biased, but hiring a lawyer to review and/or draft contracts is something we believe is a necessary evil.

The job of a lawyer when reviewing or drafting contracts is to first understand the objective(s) you are trying to achieve, or what outcomes you are trying to avoid through signing or creating the contract. This is the professional advice that ensures your contract meets your objectives, and it is something you won’t get by leveraging pre-existing templates online.

Contract Drafting Lawyers In Singapore
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Meet Some of Our Team

Mohamed Baiross

Founding Partner

Baiross is the managing partner of IRB Law LLP. He is an experienced lawyer with an excellent reputation across a broad selection of practice areas including divorce, insolvency, crime, probate, syariah, and civil litigation.

Kulvinder Kaur


Kulvinder’s practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, and matrimonial affairs. She has successfully obtained sole custody and highly favorable access arrangements for her clients (both mothers and fathers).

Cherie Tan


Cherie’s primary focus is on matrimonial matters where her empathy, sensitivity and patience has won her many cases involving divorce, maintenance and custody. She speaks English, Mandarin and Hokkien.

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