It is next to impossible to determine when you will need to undertake legal action. Similar to accidents, the instances which require legal representation are not foreseeable. It is however advised that you should possess the knowledge and awareness of the remedies that the law provides when taking legal action.
Married people may be happy and in love on their wedding day. Several months or years down the line, things may no longer be as they were on the wedding day. Divorce Lawyer Singapore services are accorded to those who wish to end legally end marriage institutions. However there are requirements which the people seeking divorce should comply with before the dissolution of the marriage. One or both parties have to be citizens of Singapore, both the parties have resided in the country a period not less than three years before seeking the divorce or have been accorded domicile in the country. Unless there are extraditing circumstances divorce can only be granted to those who have been legally married for a minimum of three years. Thereafter the party filing for divorce has to prove to the court that the circumstances surrounding the need for divorce satisfy those prescribed by the law. Divorce is granted if it is proved that one party was adulterous, has caused reason for the other party to find it difficult to co-habit with them or has deserted the marriage for a period of two years going up. In the case of a three year desertion the other party is required to consent to the divorce, however for periods beyond four year the consent of the other party is not required.
Personal injury claims are usually sorted on the counts of accident compensation whether on the road or in a place of work and in the instance of public liability where a tort has been committed. A tort is simply a civil wrong as considered by the law. The injured party is accorded damages only if it can be established that the respondent, who is the owner/occupier, was responsible for causing the injury.
Most of us do not want to think that we sill die someday. It is however to be adequately prepared to ensure that we leave our dependents something to fall back on. Creating a will goes towards ensuring that your dependents will be able to legally claim your property upon your demise. Wills are usually drawn up with the assistance of lawyers to ensure that they hold valid legality. Lawyers are also granted the responsibility of administering the property to the deceased dependents. A probate hearing usually ensues to prove the validity of the will and allocate the property deceased, among the dependents, in accordance with the will.