Couples in Singapore can file for a divorce on grounds of adultery and prove that this has caused the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. When a person commits adultery, he/she voluntarily engages in sexual intercourse with any person other than his/her spouse.


In the event you are married for less than 3 years and not eligible for divorce, you may still file for annulment of your marriage. This does not mean, however, that an annulment will help you get out of a prematurely broken marriage.

Child Custody & Maintenance

During divorce, child custody is one of the issues that…

Collaborative Divorce

Upon commencement of divorce, the parties can file a Proposed Parenting Plan (the “Plan”) for their children below 21. This Plan is a written proposal of how each parent shall manage matters relating to their child, such as the child’s residence and education.

Divorce Process

If you are considering filing for divorce in Singapore, you…

Family Violence

Parental incarceration refers to the event where either or both parents are imprisoned. This can impact the well-being of the child, especially so when a divorce is also involved.

Filing for Divorce

What are procedures involved in a divorce, what are the first steps? You may wish to come down to our firm for a free 20-minute consultation with one of our divorce lawyers who will go through and help you understand each step of the

Grounds for Divorce

Marital rape, also known as rape in marriage or spousal…

International Divorce

Divorces that involve at least one foreign spouse in Singapore…

Marital Agreements

Reasons when the court does not grant a divorce The…

Matrimonial Assets & Division

Despite the definition prescribed in the Women’s Charter, divorcing couples may find themselves…

Pre Divorce Strategy

Financial issues in a divorce are one of the most…

Spousal Maintenance

In Singapore, pursuant to Section 69 of the Women’s Charter,…