Voice of The Unmarried Mother Heard

Relocation Case Analysis ULA v UKZ –Voice of The Unmarried Mother Heard This article is written by Susan Tay of OTP Law Corporation. This article is published in conjunction with…

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Mediation for Hague Convention and Relocation Cases

The Unfortunate Chronicle of TSF v TSE. If you want a grim illustration of how cross-border child cases can devolve, you need look no further than the recent Court of…

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Susan Tay & Mylene Chua in Berlin, Germany @Mikk 10th Anniversary Celebration.

Our Directors Ms. Susan Tay & Ms. Mylene Chua with Mr. Nicholas Teng, First Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Singapore and Ms. Jane Lauritsen, Consular & Information Assistant, Embassy…

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Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: The Other Side

Written by June Lim - PracticeForte Family Division Advisory This article was 1st published on the website of PracticeForte Pte Ltd url: www.practiceforte.sg as part of their Project Relocation Initiative. OTP Law…

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Mediation for *Hague and Relocation Cases

Mediation for *Hague and Relocation Cases Cross-border family disputes: Hague and Relocation Cases Singapore has picked up a reputation as a metropolitan, expat-friendly city. In fact, 1 in 3 marriages…

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Basic Guide To Mediation.

Written by Emelia Kwa.  This article was 1st published on the website of PracticeForte Pte Ltd url: www.practiceforte.sg as part of their Project Relocation Initiative. OTP Law Corporation is an affiliate…

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Alimony and the Attractive Ex-Wife

(...) That a divorcee's beauty should be taken into consideration for her own future prospects of re-settling down with another - and consequently as grounds for deciding how much money she should be getting from her previous partner as a result - is not without merit. The moral implications of such evaluation, however, verily speaks of bias against a certain demographic of women whom psychological studies have shown usually enjoy rather favourable dispositions whilst dealing with society.

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