Whilst undergoing International divorce, you may face confusion in dealing with issues regarding your children —can I bring them for visitation overseas? Or perhaps even move overseas permanently with them? Continue reading “International divorce — What about the Children?”
After a divorce judgment is granted, the second stage of divorce proceedings in Singapore family law will deal with ancillary matters. The court is empowered to make a variety of ancillary orders. Continue reading “Ancillary Orders Relating to Children in Divorce Proceedings”
We will study the recent 2014 Singapore Court of Appeal case of BDU v BDT.
This will give you some insight onto the basis upon which an order can be made to return a child from his abduction to a foreign country, and the basis upon which that order can be refused. Continue reading “Case Study – International Child Abduction”
If you are an expatriate seeking divorce in Singapore and you have a child to your marriage, this article may be of use to you because it will provide you with a better understanding Continue reading “Custody, Care & Contol and the Welfare Principle of a Child”
International child abduction, often by a parent taking children out of a country without the consent of the other parent, is increasing as more people travel and reside overseas. Continue reading “Child Abduction and the Hague Convention Issues”
If you have reason to believe that there is a real risk and danger of your spouse taking your child abroad (without your knowledge and/ or consent), in situations where (a) any matrimonial Continue reading “Obtaining an Injunction Against the Relocation of a Child”