FORMERLY B RAO & K.S RAJAH ESTABLISHED IN 1987

Deed of Reconciliation and Separation

Every marriage, like life, has its highs and lows. Sometimes, some space is necessary for all parties involved in order to clear the air and come to terms with what needs to be done in order to move forward. However, getting a divorce is as life-changing a decision as marriage is. Spouses may just need some time on their own to decide if they want to save the marriage and how.

Adoption In Singapore

Having a child is a traditional part of building a family. Adoption is the legal process under the Adoption of Children Act (“ACA”) where the adopters become the new legal parents of the child, and all legal ties to parenthood that the previous parents may have with the child are officially severed.

Divorce Strategy In Singapore

Unsurprisingly, divorce can be a challenging process. Apart from the difficulty in deciding to have a divorce, the divorce, especially a contested one, is a substantial emotional, physical and financial strain.

A quick guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation

Mediation is a typical ADR process which involves the parties in a dispute heard before a neutral third party, such as a mediator, who shall guide and expedite negotiations between parties to, hopefully, reach an agreement to settle the dispute. A significant role of the mediator is that he or she will not force any of the parties to come to an agreement; this agreement shall be a voluntary one. Parties are also actively encouraged, before trial, to attempt in a session of mediation, although parties cannot and will not be forced to do so by the Courts.

REQUIREMENTS OF A WILL

Writing a Will has a number of important requirements that must be met. Failing to meet these requirements may cause complications for your family or friends in the future.

Gifts From Soon-to-be Ex-Spouse, What happens?

Employment In Singapore

During the lifetime of any marriage, it is very common for gifts to be given between spouses. However, during a divorce or the onset of a divorce, some typical questions include “will the gifts given by my spouse be subjected to laws on the division of matrimonial assets?”, or “do I get to keep the gifts my spouse gave me during the marriage?”.

Statutory Constructive Dismissal in Singapore

Employment In Singapore

Discrimination and prejudice are painful things to experience, and it can come in many different forms. What happens if such discrimination and prejudice happen to you at your workplace? You may be ostracised at work by your superiors, or your salary withheld for vague reasons or may have your benefits and entitlements deprived.

Annulment of Marriage in Singapore

Sometimes, for the good of everyone involved, a marriage must come to an end. In Singapore, to legally end a matrimonial union, there are two processes that are available. They are: (1) Annulment; (2) Divorce. This article will focus on how annulment functions in Singapore.