5 Legal Obstacles LGBT Couples Face in Singapore (and How to Overcome Them)

In Singapore, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual (LGBT) families and couples are not given the same legal recognition as their heterosexual counterparts. For example, same-sex marriage is not recognised, and LGBT couples face legal obstacles that prevent them from both being the legal parents of children together as a couple. This…

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Divorce in a long term single-income family: What you need to know – By Mr Lim Chong Boon, PKWA Law Practice LLC

The recent decision in TNL v TNK [2017] SGCA 15 clarifies how matrimonial assets should be divided in divorces and allowed the Court to emphasize that mutual respect must be accorded for spousal contributions whether in the economic or homemaking spheres as both roles are equally fundamental to the well-being…

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Divorce in a long term single income family updated 1 April 2017