Why You Need A Lawyer For Your Personal Protection Order Trial

 

Applying for a PPO (Personal Protection Order) in Singapore may be considered a taboo subject for some. Especially so when a PPO is applied against you. A lot of people are simply too embarrassed to talk to their immediate family and or close friends. This is completely understandable as nobody wants to feel judged and be criticised about their family issues.

 

When things get worse and you start thinking about Legal Options, the feelings of uncertainty and fear of the unknown often set in. Have you ever had the feeling of being all alone, defenceless and abandoned when there’s no one for you to turn to?

 

Well, you don’t have to feel abandoned or lost. Talk to us for Free. At the very least, we can point you in the right direction and what are the next steps you can take – even if you don’t engage our legal services.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Do You Know That A PPO Order Can Be Used Against You In Divorce Proceedings?

 

Some PPO matters may not be settled before the final trial and may proceed to a full-blown trial. You need to understand how the trial works and the process of examination/cross-examination of parties and witnesses involved.

Do you know what are the right questions to ask if you are applying for a PPO or trying to defend against one that is being applied against you? A lawyer will be able to resolve this issue for you.

 

Before making your way down to meet with a lawyer for a free consultation, it is good that you list down all your questions. We will gladly answer all of them.

 

At the end of the day, we want you to able to move forward – and that you’ve accomplished something to make a better case for yourself.

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Benefits Of Being Represented By A Lawyer In A Trial

 

We, as a firm, have been serving clients since 1987. That’s a whopping 32 years of legal experience that you can depend on.

 

You can go through a court trial stress-free and hassle-free. We will take the massive amount of paperwork off your hands. At the same time, you can be assured that you are protected by knowing your rights and entitlements.

 

There are numerous cases of people doing the wrong things while representing themselves and getting unfavourable results. We want to ensure that this is not the case for you at all costs.

 

You will need to apply the law to the facts of the case to show why you need a PPO order. Conversely, in the case of defendants/respondents – why a PPO order should not be made against you.

 

Can you win the case or are you at the losing end?

 

Understanding what is fair will give you a peace of mind, especially when you know that you’re not being taken advantage of.

 

The key is to avoid stress and anxiety. Even the best of us feel down when faced with such difficulties in our lives – so let us handle everything for you.

 

You can choose to avoid tedious paperwork, form submissions, application of Court Orders, etc by simply engaging a lawyer to assist you. We’d rather you enjoy a peace of mind and do what matters most in your life.

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Hiring a lawyer for your PPO case saves you time from preparing, submitting or serving documents to the other party. This helps if you want to avoid unnecessary confrontations.

It also enables you to plan a strategy. What this means is that you can avoid missing crucial questions during cross-examination.

 

In the case whereby a PPO is granted against you, that PPO may have adverse consequences against you in your divorce proceedings.

 

If you have a PPO against your spouse, you may use that PPO as evidence to prove your grounds for divorce during cerai taklik or cerai fasakh. This happens when your husband refuses to pronounce talak or is absent.

 

A PPO on behalf of the children against one party could also be used as evidence to restrict access, deny care and control or obtain sole custody.

 

While we handle divorce cases, a lot of them have concurrent and ongoing PPO cases too. Though no 2 cases are alike, we pride ourselves in remaining objective and will advise you against any unnecessary trials.

 

Not only do we want to save your precious time, but we also want to save you legal costs as well.

 

When trials take longer than necessary, this often translates to high legal costs. Some parties may lose interest in pursuing their case to the end. This is especially so when there’s a lack of – or no new evidence to support their case.

 

Our clients have referred their family and friends to us because of our personal touch. We invite you to sit down with us and discuss your case. You will see that we genuinely have your best interests at heart.

 

Do contact us for a free Free Consultation but Do Not engage our legal service until you have all your questions answered. Even after your PPO or divorce case is over, you’re more than welcome to contact us to discuss legal matters that will help you move forward.

 

Leave your feelings of uncertainty and fear behind. The best thing to do now is to get started and speed up your road to your NEW LIFE.

 

Conclusion

 

Engaging a lawyer is not compulsory but it is definitely helpful especially when there is a lot at stake.

 

As lawyers, our professional duty is to represent our clients and advise our client to the best of our abilities.

 

We are here to assist those who wish to divorce or are in the midst of divorce or PPO proceedings.

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Our specialised lawyers and their team are standing by to assist you. Our first consultation is free.

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