Our divorce lawyers are regularly recognised by leading publications such as the Straits Times, Benchmark Litigation and Doyles Guide. We provide high quality divorce services with affordable, fixed, and transparent fees from the outset.
Our uncontested divorce fees start from $1,290 and we offer a free initial consultation so we can better understand your situation and answer any pressing questions you might have regarding your individual situation or the general divorce process and requirements in Singapore.
We believe in trying to solve divorce in an amicable, uncontested approach, and we are successful in around 90% of cases. In situations where your spouse is unwilling to settle amicably it may become a contested divorce. In this regard we also have a proven track record in successful litigation.
Please do reach out for a free initial divorce consultation.
No children, property or maintenance
With children, property and maintenance
In order to get a divorce in Singapore you will need to satisfy 3 requirements:
If you are unsure about whether you satisfy these requirements, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
The party filing for divorce must show an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. They must prove this against one of the following areas:
It is highly recommended to discuss this with a divorce lawyer.
The cost will vary across law firms, but we believe in providing fixed and transparent fees upfront.
For uncontested divorces we provide the following packages:
$1,290 all in
No children, property or maintenance
$1,990 all in
Children, property or maintenance
For contested divorces, please get in touch to discuss your situation.
Sometimes referred to as an amicable divorce, the uncontested divorce occurs where both parties can agree to all of the ancillary issues.
Under an uncontested divorce, the interim judgment will be issued after 4 weeks, before final judgment is given 3 months from the date of obtaining the interim judgment.
It is still possible to divorce, but it would be through a contested divorce. This can be significantly more expensive than an uncontested divorce and typically takes between 6 to 12 months to conclude on average.
It would be highly advisable to speak to a divorce lawyer to better assess your situation and next steps.
It depends on the complexity of your situation and the amount of negotiation involved. On average, an uncontested divorce can take 4 weeks to achieve an interim judgment. A contested divorce may take 6 to 12 months to conclude.
It was a blessing that I spoke with family and divorce lawyer specialist - Ms Jessica Chow and worked with senior legal executive - Mr Jason Mak. They were both extremely kind and understanding to me and made everything so smooth from the start to the finish.
My divorce was finalized and completed officially in early 2020. I am so thankful to them. If you are reading my review, you may be going through a divorce as well and are looking for good representation. I cannot recommend PKWA Law Practice enough.
I wish to convey my appreciation to Dorothy and her team Ing Yee and Firdaus who represented me in my divorce. I have received excellent legal representation and professionalism in every aspect of the process.
Dorothy took the time to listen to all my concerns and responded with clear, concise notes outlining all the different courses of action including the positives and negatives with each choice.
I felt greatly assured by this outstanding team of professionals. I am grateful to have Dorothy and her team who handled this case with what I would consider perfection, dedication and utmost competence.
It was a great pleasure working with this wonderful team.
PKWA Law represented me in my recent divorce, which was eventually resolved amicably and satisfactorily. Dorothy Tan and her team were a tremendous support throughout this stressful process. I have no hesitation in recommending PKWA Law and Dorothy to anyone looking for competent, knowledgeable, sympathetic, and efficient representation!
Working overseas, it was not easy to balance the time-consuming, emotionally-draining, financial stresses and uncertainties of divorce in Singapore.
PKWA Law understood my situation and did exceptionally well to communicate clearly, through email, for me to make balanced and legally-advised choices. They listened and interpreted, filtered out things that would not be helpful for the situation, avoided traps & skillfully maneuvered the path, gave assurances and communicated next steps and gave me likely outcomes that I would have had to consider to make the best decisions.
PKWA managed to help me close at Mediation 1 without having to go further to Mediation 2 and the Litigation stages for which I am sincerely thankful.