Introducing Ameera Bajrai, a highly respected lawyer with a wide range of expertise. She is skilled in Matrimonial, Syariah and Probate Law with a passion for helping others. With years of experience practicing law, Ameera has developed a reputation for excellence in the legal community.
Ameera’s contributions go beyond her impressive legal practice. She is also deeply committed to serving her community through her work with organizations such as the Legal Aid Bureau, AWARE, and M3. Ameera volunteers their time and expertise to help those in need, providing pro bono legal services to those who cannot afford them.
In her matrimonial and syariah practice, Ameera is dedicated to guiding clients through the often-emotional process of divorce and separation. She understands that these are sensitive matters that require not only legal expertise, but also empathy, patience and compassion. Ameera works very closely with their clients to help them make informed decisions and achieve their goals.
In their probate practice, Ameera assists clients with a range of matters related to wills, trusts, and estates. She helps clients navigate the legal complexities of these matters, ensuring that their clients’ wishes are respected and their assets are distributed according to what is desired.
Whether working on a case involving child custody, spousal support, or property division, Ameera is always striving to achieve the best possible outcome for their clients. She is known to be a skilled negotiator and litigator, with a track record of success in even the most challenging cases.
If you’re looking for a lawyer who is not only highly competent, but also deeply committed to helping others, look no further than Ameera Bajrai. Email her today to schedule a free consultation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please get in touch with me so that I can understand your issues and advise you on the best steps moving forward for your divorce. Whether civil or syariah divorce, I am a huge advocate for simplified uncontested divorces, as these give my clients the control over the outcome of their divorce, are more affordable and place less stress on all parties involved (especially the children).
I will always try all methods of negotiation towards settlement before taking the contested route.
Probate and Letters of Administration
If someone close to you or your loved one has passed away, I am able to assist you with obtaining a Grant of Probate or Grant of Letters of Administration so their assets can be distributed promptly. We are able to explain the process of applying for these Grants, and there will be no hidden charges. I am able to apply for an Inheritance Certificate for deceased Muslims as well.
Prenuptial agreements are entered into by parties before marriage to set out how, if the marriage were eventually to be ended, the assets and/or children ought to be handled. Although not directly enforceable under Singapore law, the Court will take into account prenuptial agreements as evidence of parties’ intentions before they got married. Perhaps of more importance would be that a prenuptial agreement is also evidence to each other of their intentions. I am able to advise you on why and how you may wish to discuss a prenuptial agreement before a marriage.
Media & Publications
Ameera is a significant member of the team in I.R.B LAW LLP which made it to the inaugural ranking of Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2021, 2022 and 2023.
Ameera was also the receipient of the Legal Aid Bureau’s NOVO Award in 2021. The Novo is awarded to new lawyers who have made significant meaningful contributions to the Legal Aid Bureau and its applicants despite having served as our assigned solicitors for only two (2) years.
Services & Fees
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- Debt Recovery
- Contract Review
- Criminal Law
- Deed Polls (Name Change)
- Personal & Family
- Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)
- Syariah Divorce
- Business Disputes
- Probate and Letters of Administration
- Legal Advisory
- Drafting IOU / Debt Acknowledgment
- Muslim Wills and Inheritance
- Protection From Harassment Order
- Personal Protection Order
- Power of Attorney