Singapore Divorce FAQ

Singapore Divorce FAQ

Singapore Divorce FAQ on issues relating to Singapore Divorce by Loh Eben Ong LLP, Singapore Divorce Lawyers. This Singapore Divorce FAQ explore issues relating to divorce proceedings, nuptial agreements, ancillary matters, separation and children of the marriage. Singapore Divorce FAQ

Singapore Divorce FAQ

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Judicial Separation (4)

Once the decree of Judicial Separation is granted by the Court, the Applicant is no longer obliged to cohabit with the other spouse.

An Applicant can opt to file for a Judicial Separation instead of a Divorce. Alternatively, the parties can engage a lawyer to prepare a Deed of Separation.

Applications for judicial separation can be made on proof of one of the same five facts to prove an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage

Spouses who are separated no longer need to cohabit with each other. A judicially separated spouse cannot claim in the intestacy of the other spouse.

Yes, the Court can deal with these matters such as custody of children and maintenance and division of the matrimonial assets.

There may be reasons that you may not want a Divorce which ends a marriage, such as on religious or moral grounds. Or you may not meet the 3 years’ restriction on applications for divorces.

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Singapore Divorce FAQ

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