About Expat Divorce
Expat divorce in Singapore involves complexities that make it much more challenging than regular divorce. When considering a divorce in Singapore, the following points must be taken into consideration:
Implications regarding residency
Issues to do with another country’s courts & national laws of at least two countries
Cross-border issues relating to properties and children of the marriage
Our team of dedicated family law practitioners, led by principal partner Ms Gloria James-Civetta, includes accredited family and matrimonial law mediators and collaborative practice lawyers.
At Gloria James-Civetta & Co, we specialise in helping Expat couples and individuals achieve their long-term goals in the least acrimonious manner.
We have one of the largest teams of Matrimonial Lawyers in Singapore, equipped with the necessary resources and manpower to handle the complexities of an expat divorce.
We act in matrimonial matters involving various jurisdictions throughout the United Kingdom, and the European, North American, Australasian and Asian continents, working closely with practitioners in other jurisdictions when needed.
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