In recent years, Singapore has seen a rise in expatriate families choosing Singapore as their home and mixed marriages between locals and foreigners. Many times,
One of the most significant factors in determining where a divorce proceeding is heard is by who issues the divorce petition first and in which country, making it vital to seek legal advice at the earliest opportunity at this critical stage.
All expat divorce cases are unique and require an approach tailored to their particular circumstances. At Gloria James-Civetta & Co, we provide sound legal advice to both Expats living in Singapore and clients who originate from other jurisdictions.
Our strong network of International Divorce Lawyers based in Australia, the UK, the Americas, Japan, Europe, China, and Southeast Asia regions work together with us to help serve our clients in cross–border matters.
How We Can Help
Our International Divorce Lawyers will explain the steps involved when considering a Singapore divorce and advise on your rights and options.
Our team also assists with a range of issues involved in getting an International Divorce in Singapore.
Head Lawyer, Ms Gloria James, is a certified Associate Mediator at the State Courts of Singapore and the Singapore Mediation Centre. She has an exemplary track record in assisting clients to achieve settlement even in the most acrimonious matters.
She is a Harvard Law School trained Mediator, Parenting Coordination Lawyer, Child Representative Lawyer, Certified CDC Divorce Coach® and Collaborative Family Practice Lawyer.
We offer a free initial consultation on the divorce process in Singapore.
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