Family Law Experience
Throughout her legal career, she has gained considerable experience and knowledge in Family Law, emphasising resolving cases in a timely and cost-effective manner.
She assists her clients in achieving settlement even in the most acrimonious matters.
She has handled many complex financial and custody cases and has successfully represented locals and Singapore’s expatriate community.
Her constant training as a Mediator and Collaborative Family Law Practitioner has helped her provide additional services to her clients, enabling them to consider the alternative route to litigation in taking their cases forward.
Gloria’s strong working relationship with other Collaborative practitioners has led to successful case settlements under the collaborative and mediation route.
As a commitment to continuing professional development, Ms James attained certification in Mediating Disputes from the Harvard Mediation Program under Professor Robert H. Mnookin, a leading scholar in conflict resolution.
“It is my duty to help clients understand the bigger picture by dispensing sound legal advice based on law, extensive years of experience and previous precedents. I present my clients with efficient legal solutions in a cost-conscious and individualised manner, which they deserve.” – Gloria James
About Gloria James-Civetta & Co
GJC law has been recognised by the Courts and accredited by respected organisations in Singapore and abroad.
GJC Law prides itself on meeting its client’s needs and giving them advice they can trust.
Areas of Family Law:
· Local & International Divorce
· Division of Assets
· Spousal maintenance
· Child Issues (Custody & Support)
· Collaborative Divorce Process (CFP)
· Prenuptial Agreements
· Marital / Post-nuptial Agreements
· Deed of Separation
· Personal protection orders (PPO)
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Gloria has extensive experience representing high-net-worth clients in divorce cases. She is the founding partner of Gloria James-Civetta & Co, one of the largest matrimonial law teams in Singapore.
Media & Publications
“Charity pilots collaborative scheme to help couples settle divorces amicably” – The Straits Times
“Is Your Marriage At The Point Of No Return?” – The New Age Parents