Family Law and Criminal Law
Sabrina is a specialist family lawyer and criminal lawyer in Singapore. She graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Second Class Honours (Upper)) from the National University of Singapore. Sabrina is committed to understanding your unique needs and delivering effective solutions. Clients speak of her as someone who who values their concerns and is ready to advocate for their family's best interests.
Sabrina specialises in family law and criminal law.
In her legal practice, Sabrina skill-fully navigates the realms of family and criminal law, showcasing a client-centric approach that places paramount importance on understanding and addressing her clients’ unique perspectives and needs. Her ability to relate to clients on a personal level allows her to identify their immediate concerns and objectives.
Sabrina’s legal expertise spans a wide array of areas, including:
- Divorce, encompassing contested Ancillary Matters hearings, mediations, and uncontested divorces.
- Marital Agreements, ensuring the effective safeguarding of her clients’ interests.
- Annulment, providing assistance in cases requiring the dissolution of marriages.
- Variation of Court Orders, addressing evolving circumstances and needs.
- Wills and Probate matters, helping clients navigate the intricacies of estate planning.
- Criminal Defence, where she passionately advocates for individuals facing a range of criminal charges.
In her role as a Criminal Defence lawyer, Sabrina firmly believes in the principle that every individual, regardless of their actions or mistakes, deserves a fair and robust defense in court. She possesses a deep understanding of criminal law matters, including those involving offences under the Penal Code, Misuse of Drugs Act, and the Road Traffic Act.
Moreover, Sabrina is an advocate for collaborative dispute resolution, holding accreditation as a mediator with the Singapore International Mediation Institute. Her dedication to mediation is underscored by her recent publication on the subject, specifically addressing mediation in religious spheres within the 6th volume of Contemporary Issues in Mediation (2021).
Sabrina’s compassionate and empathetic nature extends beyond her legal practice. During her undergraduate years, she actively engaged in community and pro bono work, volunteering at multiple legal clinics and spearheading various initiatives to assist vulnerable members of the community.
Outside of her professional commitments, Sabrina is an active member of her church community. She finds fulfillment in working with the youth and firmly believes in investing in the next generation. Her dedication to both her legal career and her community underscores her commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals and society as a whole.