05 May 2020
Following the Singapore Government’s announcement on Circuit Breaker measures, the Syariah Court announced that they would be closed from 7 April 2020 to 1 June 2020 to limit social activity.
Despite this, we continue to have clients reaching out to us seeking solutions to resolve their marital issues. Whilst this may not be applicable to all, one common complaint is that constantly being around each other at home causes friction and places strain on the parties’ relationship. Inevitably, the parties end up wondering if they should attempt counselling or end their marriage.
In this article, we provide a broad overview of the Syariah Court divorce process and the steps that you and your spouse can take in the meantime.
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