If you’re a Singaporean woman, it is important to understand the rights that you have under the Women’s Charter. This law, which was first enacted in 1961, provides legal protection for women and children in Singapore.
The parties must agree that the marriage has irretrievably broken down, and they want a divorce. DMA is not new ground for divorce. It is simply another option to prove an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, which remains the only ground for divorce in Singapore.
Rather than resorting to a divorce, there are alternative modes of separation in the event the marriage goes sour. Knowing all the legal options is extremely vital depending on the situation of your marriage.
If someone threatens to inflict bodily injury, property damage, or damage to your reputation, such a threat may amount to criminal intimidation.
A compensation order allows you or your representative to recover compensation without having to sue for it. This is especially useful in cases where suing might be an inadequate or impractical course of action.
Defamation occurs when someone publishes a statement that diminishes the subject’s standing in the eyes of third parties.
Sham marriages are also known as marriages of convenience, meant to skirt around legal loopholes.
Sexual harassment is defined as the making of unwanted sexual advances towards others. We will explain what this means in legal terms based on the POHA.
A Mandatory Counselling Order is possible in certain challenging legal cases. We’ll explain how it works and what you can do if you receive one.
Do you know what’s the difference between a prenuptial and postnuptial agreement between couples in Singapore? We’ll explain what they are in this article.