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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Reconciliation (2)

Section 89 of the Women’s Charter provides that it is the duty of the Court in a petition for a Divorce or Judicial Separation to give consideration to the possibility of a reconciliation of the parties to the marriage.

Categories: Divorce, Reconciliation

It can:-

  1. with the consent of the parties, interview them in Chambers (Judge’s room), with or without the presence of their lawyers
  2. nominate a Conciliation Officer to endeavour to effect a reconciliation
  3. postpone the proceedings to allow the parties the opportunity of being reconciled

It is to be noted that anything said or discussed (including admissions) in the course of an endeavour to effect a reconciliation will not be admissible in Court if the parties proceed with the proceedings after such attempt fails.

Categories: Divorce, Reconciliation
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Singapore Divorce FAQ

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