why you should engage a lawyer during a divorce

Why engage a lawyer during a divorce?

In serious cases involving abuse or infidelity, couples are more likely to file for divorce or separate. Nevertheless, couples are encouraged to try out counselling to see if their marital issues can be resolved and their marriage saved.

Most would try to be amicable and save their marriage, especially if they have children. It is always important to consider the impact on the children first and put the children’s best interests at heart. Who knows? Maybe the marriage can be saved after all.

However, no matter how patient a person can be, there is a limit to one’s patience and sooner or later, their patience will run out. So, where do you go? How do you proceed? Do you need to care about other people’s perceptions of you or your next course of action?

We are here to guide you through the intricacies of divorce.

In our next article, we share with you on the processes of getting a divorce in Singapore.

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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 through their divorce proceedings. We will not advise you on whether or not is it better for you to divorce. That is a decision that you will have to make on your own accord.

If you have not made up your mind or wish to save your marriage, please proceed to a counsellor or Ustaz who will be able to advise you better. 

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

Do contact us if you have any questions.

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