As an Expatriate in Singapore, how can I get a Divorce?

What are the qualifying factors for Divorce in Singapore?

Expatriate divorces can be heard in the Singapore courts if the parties have been married for at least 3 years and if one or both parties are habitually domiciled in Singapore, i.e. If the parties have spent the past 3 years residing in Singapore.

If you satisfy the 2 above mentioned antenna, you will be eligible to seek a divorce in Singapore.

You can contact our divorce lawyers for more information and to enquire if your marriage fits the divorce requirements.

What is the difference between filling a divorce in Singapore and in other countries?

The Courts may accept different reasons for divorce in different countries. For instance, parties can choose to proceed on either a fault-based or non-fault based divorce in Singapore but there is no such notion of a fault-based divorce in Australia.

There are also different considerations involved with regards to the division of matrimonial property. As such, you may wish to speak to a divorce lawyer to help you decide on the most favorable jurisdiction for you to commence divorce proceedings. You should seek the opinion of an experienced divorce lawyer.

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About Sherilyn Jar

Sherilyn Jar is an expert writer having vast experience about the Law industry. Currently, she is writing on various topics related to Divorce like divorce lawyers for women. For More Information visit www.singaporedivorcelawyer.com.sg
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