Statistics on Marriages and Divorces 2016

What do statistics on marriages and divorces 2016 look like? Statistics on marriages and divorces 2016 show that: There were fewer civil marriages (22,017 in 2016 as compared to 22,544 in 2015); There were more Muslim marriages (5,954 in 2016 as compared to 5,778 in 2017); 44.4 unmarried males out of every 1,000 aged between … Read more

Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage Singapore

What count towards irretrievable breakdown of marriage Singapore? Under Section 95(3) of the Women’s Charter, you can prove irretrievable breakdown of marriage Singapore if it satisfies the Court of one of the following: Your spouse committed adultery and you find it intolerable to live with him/ her; Your spouse has behaved in such a way … Read more

Marital Theft in Singapore- What are your rights if your spouse stole from you?

Are you a victim of marital theft in Singapore? What should you do about marital theft? How can you protect your rights? Case of Marital theft in Singapore Kelvin Ang Soon Lim had forged 2 cheques worth S$640,000 in his ex-wife’s name. He used the money on his girlfriend and to pay off his loanshark … Read more

Statement of Particulars for Divorce in Singapore

The Statement of Particulars for divorce in Singapore, as its name suggest, will contain particulars of the reasons for divorce. For instance, if the reason for divorce is “separation”, the Statement of Particulars for divorce in Singapore will contain information relating to: The date of parties’ separation; Reason of parties’ separation; The length of separation; … Read more

Divorce Unreasonable Behaviour Time Limit in Singapore

From time to time, I receive questions on divorce unreasonable behaviour time limit. Essentially, my clients want to know if there is a time limit to file their divorce if they intend to rely on the unreasonable behaviour of their spouse. Divorce Unreasonable Behaviour Time Limit Under the Women’s Charter, to rely on the fact … Read more

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