Stephanie de Souza graduated from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom in 2014. She was admitted to the Singapore bar in January 2017. She underwent training in numerous law firms, honing her skills in the areas of matrimonial litigation, personal injury claims, criminal justice litigation, and civil and commercial litigation.
Stephanie is no stranger to community law; she spent her undergraduate studies also serving as a student legal adviser in the university’s legal clinic. She has also garnered experience working in various international jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom and Germany. Stephanie has great passion for the law and her dedication to her clients continues to remain her top priority.
Stephanie's primary focus in practice is civil litigation, having trained with established lawyers in the field. She has been involved in cases ranging from disputes involving tenancies and breaches of contract, to unfair employment acts and defamation claims, and civil suits involving million-dollar appropriation allegations.
Stephanie's focus in civil litigation is always on client relations and their ultimate primary interests. She is not daunted by uphill challenges where points of law are concerned. At the end of the day, every case is likely to be factually different from the next!
Always providing a listening ear, Stephanie will not hesitate to give an open consultation and provide you with all your various options moving forward, if you feel that you have been slighted.
Stephanie understands that divorce and family issues are never easy. Plenty of emotion is involved in every single decision made by the couple. However, with the right levels of empathy from a good divorce lawyer that you can trust, stresses and concerns about family and divorce issues can be fairly alleviated.
Stephanie has been personally involved in family disputes ranging from mediation and family counselling, to variation of orders made, as well as hearings on ancillary issues. She has also done High Court appeals involving points of law concerning variation of orders.
Stephanie has drafted and reviewed various contracts such as international sales agreements and advisory services contracts.