Terms in a Deed of Separation

A deed of separation sets out the date on which parties decide to separate, and the terms on which they shall organise their affairs during this period of separation.

Requirements of a deed of separation

You would need you to tell your Singapore divorce lawyer the terms upon which you and your spouse wish to separate.

For instance:

– Who shall have care and custody of the child in the interim?
– What are the access arrangement to the parent who does not have care and control of the child?
– What are the maintenance (i.e. financial) arrangements relating to the child?
– Is the wife to also receive a maintenance sum from the Husband?
– Who is going to live in the matrimonial property?
– How are joint account monies to be dealt with?

This list is not exhaustive, and you may include any other agreements that you may have.

Allow us to take it from here.

We offer a free 30-minute consultation with one of our family lawyers.

There is usually a deadline for a deed of separation, whereby parties will review whether or not to proceed with a divorce at that deadline, or to continue with separation. You can decide this point of reviewing between yourselves.

If you require legal representation for such a matter, kindly contact Gloria James-Civetta & Co, to get the legal advice you need.
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