Family Law & Divorce

Understanding the Mental Capacity Act in Singapore

Understanding the Mental Capacity Act in Singapore

The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) was passed in Singapore in 2008. Its main purpose is to allow individuals (called “donors”) to plan ahead and appoint someone (called “donees”) to make important decisions for them in the event they lose mental capacity....

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How to Protect Your Assets During a Divorce

How to Protect Your Assets During a Divorce

When getting divorced in Singapore, the Court decides on the division of matrimonial assets if you and your spouse are unable to agree. Once an Interim Judgement of Divorce has been granted, the next step is to deal with ‘ancillary matters’. Issues...

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