Divorce Lawyers In Singapore


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 PKWA Law is a highly rated family law firm with leading divorce lawyers in Singapore. We offer affordable & amicable legal solutions for your divorce case.



PKWA LAW  is a leading family law firm in Singapore.

We have one of the largest teams of specialist family lawyers in Singapore.  All senior members of our family law team are Accredited Mediators and Accredited Collaborative Family Practitioners with the Singapore Mediation Centre.

Our team of experienced divorce lawyers cover the full range of divorce and family law matters, including simple uncontested divorce and complex, high net worth divorce cases.



  • If your divorce is contested, we offer Fixed Fees Divorce, so that you have peace of mind knowing in advance how much your divorce will cost.
  • Our experienced divorce lawyers in Singapore have an excellent track record at getting a favourable settlement at mediation, without the need for a costly full blown trial.
  • Our cases are managed discreetly and are kept low key.
  • All senior lawyers in our team are Accredited Mediators and Accredited Collaborative Family Practitioners with the Singapore Mediation Centre.
  • We adopt a conciliatory and constructive approach to solving divorce cases, rather than a hostile or confrontational one.


How do you get a divorce in Singapore?

You can get a divorce in Singapore if either you or your spouse:

  • are a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident of Singapore; or
  • have lived in Singapore for at least three years before you apply for a divorce.

Next, you must prove that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. This is the only legal ground for divorce.

There are a few ways of showing that your marriage had irretrievably broken down. The Women’s Charter states that you can prove that your marriage has irretrievably broken down in any of the 5 ways:

  1. Adultery:  The Defendant has committed adultery and the Plaintiff finds it intolerable to live with the Defendant.
  2. Unreasonable behaviour: The Defendant has behaved in such a way that the Plaintiff cannot reasonably be expected to live with the Defendant
  3. Desertion: The Defendant has deserted the Plaintiff for at least 2 years
  4. Separation: The parties have separated for at least 3 years (and the Defendant consents to the divorce) or 4 years (consent not required).

Read more about How To Get A Divorce In Singapore here.


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