Nadia Moynihan

Kalco Law LLC

  • 101A Upper Cross Street #12-17 People's Park Centre Singapore 058358

About

Nadia’s practice encompasses Civil and Commercial Litigation, Matrimonial and Syariah Law as well as Criminal Law. She has experience handling cases from State Courts to High Court level. She regularly advises corporate and private clients on schemes of arrangement, bankruptcy proceedings, trade disputes, employment disputes and other contractual claims. Her civil practice draws upon her experience representing clients in complex multi-jurisdictional cases involving misappropriation of funds and shareholder disputes.

Her matrimonial practice features cross-border disputes regarding child custody and the enforcement of maintenance as well as High Court litigation pertaining to the division of substantial matrimonial assets located in multiple jurisdictions. Her criminal practice includes experience representing clients in prosecutions for drug offences, sexual offences and violent offences ranging from voluntarily causing hurt to homicide. She also has experience representing children charged with criminal offences.

Nadia is on the panel of lawyers of a number of embassies in Singapore as well as the Panel of the Personal Data Protection Act Legal Advice Scheme, where she offers her expertise to companies requiring guidance on their obligations under applicable data protection laws.

Memberships

  • Irish Chamber of Commerce, Singapore;
  • The Medico-Legal Society of Singapore;
  • Association of Criminal Lawyers of Singapore;
  • The Law Society’s Family Law Practice Committee
  • The Law Society’s Criminal Law Practice Committee;
  • Singapore Association of Women Lawyers

Selected Cases

  • OMG Holdings Pte Ltd v Pos Ad Sdn Bhd [2012] 4 SLR 231: Pleadings, limitation issue
  • BMR v BMS [2013] SGDC 421: Care and control and access of child, maintenance
  • JAI v JAI [2014] SGDC 382: Maintenance for wife
  • TDI v TDJ [2015] SGFC 11: Care and control, overnight access
  • TAT v TAU [2015] SGFC 19: Custody, care and control, access, relocation
  • THH v THI [2015] SGFC 135: Interim maintenance for wife and child
  • Public Prosecutor v ASR [2018] SGHC 94: Sentencing of intellectually disabled young person for aggravated rape.
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Reviews (15)

Around September 2018, I was having a dispute with my main tenants as she had breach the tenancy contract. The situation become very stressful and depress for me as I have no idea on how to deal with this kind of situation.

So, through online research, I found this website thinking that maybe this could help to come out with some sort of idea or provide some guidance on dealing with things relating to main tenant breaching the tenancy agreement. I choose Nadia without thinking much and I am glad I made that decision. She shows me that I have the right to demand compensation as the contract indicate and provide insight and ways to deal with the issues when I am having difficulties dealing with unreasonable main tenants who twist the meaning of the contract denying any wrongdoing.

I can’t thank her enough as she help me fight back the humiliation and the stress the main tenant had created. For this, I had refer her to my housemates who also having similar problems.

Thank you truly for helping me Nadia.

Sim Lee Ping,

Nadia was fantastic. I needed a lawyer who was going to be to the point and support me on what I needed taking the most pragmatic approach – she did just that and provided the perfect solution.
I’ve recommended Nadia to others who have found her services just as excellent.

Georgina Taylor Yang,

I recently required the services of a lawyer in Singapore and was directed to Nadia by two separate parties. From the moment I met Nadia, I felt that I had made the right choice in seeking her out. She calmly listened as I laid out the details of the case, asked relevant questions and was compassionate in her reaction. She explained the harsh realities of what lay in store for me in a way that was gentle and sympathetic whilst also making sure that I was well informed and prepared for what lay ahead.

Over the next few weeks and months, Nadia was extremely attentive towards my case, checking every detail with me and letting me know of any update. I felt very comfortable knowing that I was in good hands legally. As well as being an upstanding professional, Nadia offered invaluable emotional support and was always available to talk to me. Knowing that I was unfamiliar in Singapore and did not know anyone, she took it upon herself to get to know me personally and invited me to join herself and her husband on various social occasions. This made me feel a lot better about my entire situation and went above and beyond what I would have expected from my lawyer.

Throughout the case, Nadia kept me in the loop with every development, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant. She made sure I was aware of my options at every juncture and strove to carry out any request that I made.

I would highly recommend Nadia as a lawyer; she is extremely diligent, competent and maintains a very high standard of professionalism at all times. On top of this, she is a wonderful person who was a shining light during a very tough time in my life. Despite the circumstances, I am glad to have met her and I am now lucky and proud to call her a friend.

Colm,

I recently used Nadia and Kalco Law’s services to represent me in divorce proceedings. From the very first meeting Nadia displayed both a high level of professionalism and compassion during what is a very stressful and emotional time. Her experience enabled me to achieve a fair and straightforward outcome to all the issues that arise during such a matter. I would have absolutely hesitation whatsoever in recommending her and her firm’s services to anybody who may need them.

Ian Hay,
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