The Court may make one or more of the following orders- an order:
1. For any matrimonial asset (wholly or partially) to be sold, and for the division, vesting or settlement of the sale proceeds.
2. Vesting any matrimonial asset owned by both parties jointly in both the parties in such shares as the court considers just and equitable.
3. Vesting any matrimonial asset (wholly or partially) in either party.
4. Vesting any matrimonial asset, or the sale proceeds thereof, in any person (including either party) to be held on trust for such period and on such terms as may be specified in the order.
5. Postponing the sale or vesting of any share in any matrimonial asset, or any part of such share, until such future date or until the occurrence of such future event or until the fulfilment of such condition as may be specified in the order.
6. Granting to either party, for such period and on such terms as the court thinks fit, the right personally to occupy the matrimonial home to the exclusion of the other party.
7. For the payment of a sum of money by one party to the other.
See: Section 112 of Women’s Charter (Singapore)
Your divorce lawyer can assist by:
1. Advising you on all issues involving the division of matrimonial assets.
2. Representing you in all proceedings relating to the division of matrimonial assets.
3. Drafting and filing the documents required by the Court as part of the divorce proceedings.
4. Representing you in negotiations with the other party, mediation sessions and in Court.
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