Key Amendments to the Women’s Charter – Part 2 Enforcement of Orders Relating to Children and Other Amendments

By Nur Shukrina Bte Abdul Salam, Trainee at OTP Law Corporation This article is Part 2 of an article on the Key Amendments to the Women Charter. You can read…

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Key Amendments to the Women’s Charter – Part 1 Divorce By Mutual Agreement-and Related Amendments

Our Journals By Nur Shukrina Bte Abdul Salam, Trainee at OTP Law Corporation, an affiliate of PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate. The latest amendments to the Women’s Charter and other programs supporting…

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MACO – Lawyering as a Service (LaaS)?

By Lim Seng Siew The lawyer of yesteryears is trained to analyse a legal problem with a client and to come up with the best possible solution in the circumstances.…

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THE ROAD TO SECOND PARENT ADOPTION – AIDED BY THE EU-ASEAN CONNECT

By Wan Cheng Chan All families are different.  Unfortunately, not all families are equal. When Elo and I met more than 9 years ago, we fell in love. Just like…

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Therapeutic Justice in Family Cases: The Neutral Evaluator, Part 6

By Susan Tay, Founding Partner of OTP Law Corporation & Co-Founder of PracticeForte Pte Ltd This is the 6th part of a series on therapeutic justice and how it may…

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Therapeutic Justice in Family Cases: The Mediation Advocate (Part 5)

Therapeutic Justice in Family Cases: The Mediation Advocate - Part 5 By Susan Tay, Founding Partner of OTP Law Corporation, Founder of PracticeForte Pte Ltd This is the 5th part…

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UZN v UZM – Dissipation of Assets and Adverse Inference– A Lawyer’s Perspective Part 2

This is a case of a 14-year childless marriage when the husband had initiated divorce. Highly acrimonious, by the time of the Court of Appeal (CA) judgment, proceedings had been ongoing for 6 years. With no children issues, the ancillary matters dealt mainly with how matrimonial assets should be split, maintenance and costs. The wife was working in the husband’s law firm for 13 years as a manager before she found out about his affair. She was apparently sacked around the same time.

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