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First stage

A divorce is the legal procedure that ends a marriage. There are two stages involved

At the first stage, the court decides on whether or not to grant a divorce. This may take up to several months as it depends on whether the parties can come to an agreement on the ground of divorce. There may be numerous hearings (such as Status Conference or Case Conference).

Once the court grants a divorce, this is called an Interim Judgment.

Second stage

Once Interim Judgment is obtained, the divorce proceedings moves to the second stage. At the second stage, the court decides on issues such as custody, care and control of the children, division of assets and maintenance. These are called ‘ancillary issues.’ When the ancillary issues have been decided, we will obtain for you a Final Judgment. The Final Judgment concludes the divorce proceedings and you are free to remarry, if you choose.


At PKWA Law, our team of Family Lawyers are consistently named as leading Singapore divorce lawyers by respected independent legal publications such as Asian Legal Business, Singapore Business Review, Global Law Experts and Doyle's Guide to Singapore Family Lawyers.

Make sure your rights are protected when you end your marriage. Divorce can get ugly so make sure you have a lawyer working on your side. Contact us at tel 6854-5336.

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