4 July 2023
Foo Soon Yien
What happens to matrimonial assets during a divorce?
A typical divorce in Singapore has two stages, the dissolution of marriage (Stage 1) and the ancillary matters (Stage 2). During the ancillary matters stage, the courts will decide on matters that are financial in nature, including but not limited to, the division of matrimonial assets and maintenance for the spouse and child.
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3 July 2023
P Sivakumar, Phang Shi Ting, Dinesh Kalaichelvan
In the recent case of BIT Baltic Investment & Trading Pte Ltd v Wee See Boon  SGCA 17, the Singapore Court of Appeal (“SGCA”) considered the minimum objective standard of care required of a director, which served as a timely reminder that the Singapore courts will take a robust stance in imposing such standards.
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