Singapore divorce proceedings / important information for your Divorce Lawyer

If you intend to proceed with the divorce proceedings in Singapore, you will need to bring along a copy of the following documentation to your divorce lawyer. Your Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificate, NRIC Copy / Passport and your CPF Statement under the public housing scheme.

You will also need to provide the following information:

Your occupation, date of birth, address

Your highest education qualification

Your religion

Your Spouse’s occupation

Your Spouse’s highest education qualification

Your Spouse’s religion

Your spouse’s date of birth

Your current address

Your spouse’s current address

Children’s names/date of birth/school names/school hours

  1. How your marriage broke down. You need to provide the pointers.
  2. Your views on the Ancillary (financial) issues; what is your claim on the following:

a)       Maintenance of wife and children

b)       Division of matrimonial property

c)       Division of other matrimonial assets.

d)       Custody, care and control of the children.

Kindly contact Gloria James-Civetta & Co, to get the legal advice you need.

 

Blog Source: – http://singaporedivorcelawyer.blogspot.com/2014/08/singapore-divorce-proceedings-important.html

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