IRB advises and represents clients on all aspects of family and matrimonial law, such as divorce, annulments, disputes over maintenance or custody, personal protection orders, and adoption.
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We also regularly advise clients on matters of adoption, guardianship applications, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements .
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Divorce – Under Singapore Law, a divorce is the legal procedure of terminating a marriage. Divorce often involves dealing with matrimonial issues such as the custody of the children, maintenance, and division of assets.
Annulments – An annulment declares that a marriage never technically occurred and was never valid. If the initiating party can show that he or she has the legal grounds to do so, the marriage will be declared null and void by the Family Court, reverting the parties to single status.
Maintenance – Maintenance is a form of financial assistance. Once divorce procedures have commenced, an application for maintenance can be filed under Section 113 of the Women’s Charter.
Deed of Separation – A deed of separation is a private agreement between husband and wife stating the various terms and conditions of the separation. This document can assist couples in deciding on the most crucial aspects of living apart before dissolving their marriage, such as child custody and asset division, as well as avoiding disputes in court.
Prenuptial Agreements – A prenuptial agreement is an agreement that a couple enters into before getting married and which documents their respective positions in the event of a divorce. A prenuptial agreement may also include specific terms governing the marriage or the couple’s rights and obligations during the marriage in some situations.
Custody / Care and Control – Custody, Care and Control to children form part of the ancillary matters to be decided after an interim judgment of divorce has been granted. Ultimately, the Family Court will have regard to the wishes of the parents, and the wishes of the child, or children.
Adoption – Under the Adoption of Child Act, married couples can adopt a child. Where birth parents are unable or unwilling to care for their children, adoption helps these children find a lifelong family to care for and nurture them.
Personal Protection Order – A Personal Protection Order (“PPO”) is an order restraining someone from using violence against a family member. If the perpetrator breaches the order and harms the victim again, a police report must be made.
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