Leading Divorce Lawyers in Singapore
Uncontested Divorce from $2,000, get in touch today for a free initial consultation or browse our site to learn about the process and requirements involved.
Offering affordable and transparent fees.
IRB Law is a leading law firm in Singapore, with a dedicated and experienced divorce team. We handle all manner of matrimonial matters, including standard and Syariah divorce.
Founded in 2012, the firm has organically grown to over 20 lawyers, and 50 employees. This growth has arrived through our dedication to providing high quality legal services at fair and affordable rates.
Meet some of our team
With over 20 dedicated lawyers, IRB brings forth a vast level of experience across the area of divorce in Singapore. We bring this collective experience and passion to help you in your matrimonial matters.
One of the best known lawyers in Singapore, Baiross is the managing partner at IRB Law, and brings decades of experience in divorce.
Cherie's empathy, sensitivity and patience has won her many cases involving divorce, maintenance and custody in Singapore.
Fazal has an incredible relationship with his clients thanks to his interpersonal and legal skills. He is well versed in Syariah divorce.
Our typical divorce fees
The following prices serve to give you a rough idea on the likely fees involved depending on your personal circumstances. We highly recommend getting in touch for a free initial discussion to discuss your situation. In this consultation we’ll be able to provide you with a final quote for your consideration.
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Find out more about divorce in Singapore
In Singapore, divorce through civil proceedings involves 2 steps:
Step 1: Dissolution of Marriage
Step 2: Ancillary Matters (this covers matters of child custody, division of matrimonial properties and spousal maintenance).
At the end of the Step 1, if the court decides that the divorce is successful, the court will grant an Interim Judgment, which is an order to dissolve the marriage.
The Interim Judgment is a temporary judgment only.
After the court has granted an interim judgment, the court will proceed to Step 2, which is to settle the ancillary matters.
Parties are required to wait for a period of 3 months (from the date of the Interim judgment being granted) in order to apply for converting the Interim Judgment to become the Final Judgment.
Once this is completed the divorce has been completed.