Female Matrimonial & Divorce Lawyer in Singapore – SHEILA CHENG

SHEILA CHENG

Female Matrimonial Lawyer, PKWA LAW

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Sheila Cheng has a Masters of Law (LLM) from the National University of Singapore. She also has a Second Upper Class Honours from the University of Bristol.

Sheila is an accredited Collaborative Family Practitioner, Singapore Mediation Centre.

Sheila works on children custody issues, division of matrimonial assets and appeal matters.

In keeping with the firm’s focus on mediation, Sheila has helped to settle many high conflict cases amicably.

The areas of matrimonial law that she advises on include the following:

  • Appeal cases;
  • Contested and Uncontested Divorces;
  • Mediation;
  • Children Custody;
  • Maintenance of Wife and Child;
  • Division of Matrimonial Assets;
  • Personal Protection Orders;
  • Variation of Court Orders and Maintenance Summons;
  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements.

As a student, Sheila volunteered as a writer at the Meet the People’s sessions at Holland – Bukit Timah GRC. Sheila also frequently travels to Thailand to do volunteer work with children.

Sheila is bilingual and speaks English and Chinese.

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Specialist Accreditations:

  • Singapore Mediation Centre Accredited Collaborative Family Practitioner (CFP)
  • Appointed to Singapore Mediation Centre’s Panel of Collaborative Family Practitioners (CFP)

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ABOUT PKWA LAW FAMILY LAWYERS

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.

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