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IS THERE A TIME BAR TO ADULTERY AND UNREASONABLE BEHAVIOUR IN SINGAPORE DIVORCE?

Adultery If you have discovered that your spouse has committed adultery but continue living with him/her for more than 6 months, you will not be entitled to rely on adultery as a fact to prove the ground for divorce. This is because you must satisfy the court that: your spouse has committed adultery and you find…

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ADULTERY IN SINGAPORE DIVORCE – SHOULD YOU NAME THE PERSON YOUR SPOUSE COMMITTED ADULTERY WITH?

ADULTERY IN SINGAPORE DIVORCE – SHOULD YOU NAME THE PERSON YOUR SPOUSE COMMITTED ADULTERY WITH? In Singapore, it is not necessary to name the person your spouse committed adultery with.   Most Singapore divorce lawyers will advise against naming and ‘shaming’ the other person as it does not result in you getting a better outcome…

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Adultery – Should I Hire a Private Investigator

HIRING A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR: NOTES FROM BEHIND THE LENS If you’ve commenced, or are thinking about commencing, divorce proceedings against your spouse, you may also be thinking about hiring a private investigator (PI) to support your case. We got Phillip and Marie from Commercial Investigations LLP to demystify the surveillance process, explaining what PIs can…

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Does Adultery & Unreasonable Behaviour Affect How Matrimonial Assets are Divided – PKWA Law

Adultery and unreasonable behaviour are only pertinent to whether the court decides to grant the divorce itself and are not considered when it comes to the division of assets.  . It’s common to hear the terms ‘adultery’ or ‘unreasonable behaviour’ crop up in the vocabulary of divorce. While either might contribute to the breakdown of…