Therapeutic Justice In Family Cases: The Lawyer – Part 2

Article by Susan Tay This is the 2nd of a 4-part series on therapeutic justice and how it may be applied in family cases in Singapore. You may read Part…

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“No one is Above The Law – Probation Sentencing Guidelines in the Case of PP v Terence Siow Kai Yuan”

Article by Emelia Kwa, an associate of OTP Law Corporation When the initial judgment of PP v Terence Siow Kai Yuan [2019] SGMC 69 was released, the case took Singapore’s…

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COVID-19 Temporary Measures Act – Navigating Temporary Relief With A Peace Approach: Part 1

Article by Isabel Chew-Lau, an associate of OTP Law Corporation Covid-19 Temporary Measures Act - Navigating Temporary Relief With A Peace Approach: Part 1 Introduction The COVID-19 situation has placed…

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PF Mediate – MEDIATION FOR HAGUE CONVENTION & RELOCATION CASES PART 2 – Travelling Mediators

By Susan Tay, Founding Partner of OTP Law Corporation, PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate, Mediator, Collaborative Practice Lawyer, Parenting Co-Ordinator I am writing this while serving self-quarantine and working off site. Mylene and…

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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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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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Citizenship

Although a person may fulfil all conditions for citizenship by registration and naturalisation, he/she may not be granted citizenship. The right to grant or refuse citizenship lies with the Government. Indeed, the Government has time and again emphasised that citizenship is a privilege and all applications are considered strictly.

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