Mr Baiross is the founding and managing partner of I.R.B. Law LLP. He prides his practice on providing no-frills legal advice to his clients at competitive rates. He also leads a large team of lawyers specialising in SYARIAH CASES like Divorce, Adoption, Wills.
About his firm IRB LAW LLP:
IRB LAW LLP, a full service law firm with expertise in family law, probate, debt recovery, and all other legal services. It is one of the law firms in Singapore with expertise in Syariah Cases, especially Syariah Divorces. One of the many value added services of IRB LAW LLP is allowing Instalment Payments of fees.
Please call/Whatsapp/text him today to discuss your case @ +65 96145747.
Mr Baiross’ practice area is broad and he can help you in the following:
- Admiralty and Shipping;
- Bankruptcy (including voluntary bankruptcy and creditors bankruptcy application);
- Company winding up (voluntary winding up and compulsory winding up);
- Criminal defence (Capital Cases (i.e. Drug Trafficking, Murder), Drug possession Consumption, VCH, VCGH, Rioting, Juvenile Offenders etc);
- Corporate and Commerical litigation (Magistrate Court, District Court, High Court and Court of Appeal actions involving broad areas i.e. breach of contract, minority oppression actions etc);
- Debt recovery (corporate and individual);
- Divorce (Muslim/Syariah and non-Muslim);
- Employment Law;
- Intellectual Property Law including Trademarks, Patents and Copyright
- Letters of Administration and Probate (Muslim and Non-Muslim)
- Road Accidents and other negligence claims including Medical Negligence
- Wills (Muslim and Non-Muslim); and
- Work Injury Compensation (Industrial Accidents);
For each of the above areas of practice, competent teams of lawyers and paralegals are always on hand to assist Mr Baiross. This enables him to assist you diligently and effectively, and ensures you receive the full services of a big established firm at the competitive prices of a small firm.
As a people’s person and an all-rounded lawyer, Mr Baiross makes it a point to make sure his clients understand the situation they are in, advising them in a manner that is easily understood. He works hard to keep his services affordable for the common man, and is transparent and honest in his assessment of your cases.
Mr Baiross also facilitates notarization and commissioning with Notaries Public and Commissioners for Oaths who are registered with the Singapore Academy of Law.
I am well-versed in all aspects of civil law in Singapore and is ideally positioned to help and assist you with all of your civil litigation matters. I have represented many clients successfully in matters like defamation, recovering debts owed, contract disputes, contested probate/letters of administration matters, persona injury claims, landlord and tenant disputes, fraud and disputes in sale of goods. Please get in touch to discuss your unique situation and I will be able to advise you on any potential next steps. Initial consultations are usually free.
Employment law is a broad area, and my firm, IRB Law are experts across this field of law, acting for both employers and employees. I have experience in handling common issues such as unfair dismissal, non-payment of correct salary, discrimination, non-compete clauses, breach of contract, and much more. Please get in touch to discuss your particular situation and I will be able to advise you of your potential options, recommended next steps, and potential fees involved.
Personal injury law covers a wide range of situations where a physical injury has occurred due to someone else’s carelessness, negligence or physical attack. It could have occurred in various locations, including the road, workplace, or a public area such as the MRT or a shopping mall. Personal injury law also covers fatal accidents, medical negligence, and injuries that may have been caused by animals or consumer products. When it comes to claiming for personal injury, it is important that you claim within 3 years from the date of the accident. I offer a free, no obligation consultation to learn about your situation. I will advise you on the merits of your case, the potential compensation amount, and estimated fees that may be involved.
Note: Many people delay in seeking professional advice or attempt to work on settlements with insurers directly. This can be a timely and complicated process where you are unlikely to get the best result. Please take advantage of my free consultation to get some professional advice before you decide on what route to take.
My firm’s lawyers and myself have won praises from our clients in offering practical and efficient solutions to their disputes. Our broad experience in international arbitrations ranges from matters relating to the supply of sapphire ingots used in the manufacture of smartphone components; the construction of the first major road and tunnel highway construction project in Romania, subway tunnelling works; construction of a hydroelectric power dam; a mountain road project in Kashmir, India; the development of various major commercial projects in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; to disputes arising from the largest integrated resorts in Singapore.
Personal & Family
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. I especially advocate for simplified uncontested divorces, as these give you more control over the outcome of your divorce, are more affordable and place less stress on all parties involved (especially your children).
Adoption is a legal process whereby parental rights over a child are conferred to the applicants. Once adoption is complete the parental ties to the original parents are severed. The adopters become the parents and take on all parental rights, duties, obligations and liabilities in relation to the child. Married spouses may jointly apply for adoption of a child. Child adoption in Singapore is primarily regulated by the Adoption of Children Act (ACA). I provide guidance and assistance on the eligibility of adoptive parents, procedural elements involved in adoption, legal implications, and other related adoption services.
PROBATE AND LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION:
If 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 as well as an application for letters of administration for deceased Muslims.
LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY:
It is common to think about the loss of mental capacity in the form of the gradual deterioration of our mental functions as a result of old age. The reality is, the real problems arise when one loses mental capacity suddenly, such as in a motor accident or illness. In such circumstances the inability to settle the affairs of the main or sole breadwinner for the family causes major problems. Beware of “will writing companies” or “estate planners” who are unregulated and are unqualified to advise you on legal issues. I am able to advise you to suit what is best for you.
Our estate lives on after our death, and it can either be a source of protection and benefit in accordance with our wishes, or it can be a source of dispute and unhappiness between family members. Ensure that your loved ones are taken care of in the way that YOU want. Don’t leave things to chance, consult me and get your will created. I can also assist you in all the relating legal issues surrounding an estate, such as powers of attorney, obtaining letters of administration/grants of probate, application for deputyship, etc.
Changing your name in Singapore is a relatively straightforward process via a legal document known as a deed poll. My firm has simplified this process by providing an online deed poll submission form. You simply complete this form, attend our offices to sign the document in the presence of a lawyer, and then submit the completed deed poll document to the ICA at Kallang, which is 6 minutes walk from my office.
PRE NUPTIAL AGREEMENT:
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.
Even if the amount you're owed is relatively small, this does not deter me if you have a good case for pursuing and recovering the debt. Please get in touch with me to understand our fixed fees for each stage of the debt recovery process.
I handle debt recovery cases for both personal debts and debts owed to companies/ businesses.
Media & Publications
- “Family court cases via Zoom the new normal” – The Straits Times, 29 June 2020
- “Estranged siblings challenged will of sister who died of cancer; they were not told of her illness or death” – The Straits Times, 14 February 2020
- “Love conquers all – The divorce that didn’t happen” (Case Study)
- “Man molests girlfriend’s daughter after offering ‘spiritual cleansing’” – The New Paper, 25 June 2015
- “Medical report pending on toddler injured by mother’s boyfriend” – Today Online, 30 April 2015
- “Man jailed for molesting woman on bus” – Asiaone, 31 March 2015
Services & Fees
Quotation upon request – please call
- Debt Recovery
- Deed Polls (Name Change)
- Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)
- Commercial Disputes
- Criminal Defence
- MCST Disputes
- Notary Public
- Probate and Letters of Administration
- Syariah Divorce
- Shareholder Disputes
- Commercial Crime and Regulatory Compliance
- Drafting IOU / Debt Acknowledgment
- Building and Construction Claims
- Landlord-Tenant Disputes
- Magistrate's Complaint
- Civil Litigation
- Muslim Wills and Inheritance
- Pre-Nuptial Agreement
- Contractual Disputes
- Renovation Claims
- Mental Capacity Act applications
- Personal Protection Order
- Winding Up of Companies
- Commissioner for Oaths
- Protection From Harassment Order
- Power of Attorney
- Debt Recovery for Companies