Getting a divorce is often stressful and complicated process. We’ve put together the most comprehensive guide to getting a divorce in Singapore. What to look out for before getting a divorce, what to expect during the divorce process, and dealing with the aftermath.
Before getting a divorce
- Overview of How to Get a Divorce in Singapore
- How Can I Divorce Overseas?
- Mandatory Parenting Programme Guide for Divorcing Parents
- Online Divorce in Singapore: How It Works and Should You Get One?
- How to Get a Divorce Within 3 Years of Marriage
- Personal Protection Orders (PPOs), Expedited Orders (EOs) and Domestic Exclusion Orders (DEOs) in Singapore
- Prenuptial Agreements in Singapore
- What are the Legal Grounds for Getting a Divorce?
- Separation in Singapore
- Annulment of Marriage in Singapore
- Practical Preparations for a Divorce
- 3 Finance Questions To Ask Before a Divorce
- Divorce Fees
- Getting a Divorce Lawyer
- Proving Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage
- Application for Divorce Part I: Dissolution of Marriage
Application for Divorce Part 2: Ancillary Matters (Maintenance, Assets, Custody)
- Procedure for Ancillary Matters
- What happens to gifts between spouses when a marriage breaks down?
- What Happens to Property and Assets Located Overseas Upon a Divorce in Singapore?
- Getting Divorced: Child Maintenance in Singapore
- Maintenance of Spouse in a Singapore Divorce
- The Guide to Child Custody, Care and Control, and Access in Singapore
- How Does the Court Divide Matrimonial Assets in a Divorce?
- What Happens to Your HDB Flat after Divorce?
- Variation of Maintenance Orders in Singapore
- Divorce Certificates in Singapore: How to Get a Copy and Other FAQs
- Transfer of Matrimonial Home to Ex-Spouse After Divorce
- What to Do If Your Ex-Spouse Denies You Access to Your Child
- What Happens If Your Ex-Spouse Does Not Provide Maintenance?
- Can Foreigners Divorce in Singapore?
- Expat or Foreigner Divorce in Singapore: 10 Legal Issues to Consider
- Immigration Issues for Divorcing Expatriates
- International child abduction in a cross-border divorce
- Case Study: Cross-Border Child Custody and the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction
- Muslim or Syariah Divorce
- Other divorce matters