Gulab Sobhraj
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With more than 20 years behind him, Gulab’s specialty is exclusively matrimonial and family law. He prefers to deal with divorces in a holistic manner, working out issues through dialogue in a mediation setting, as his first option before considering other options, believing that this is the way to help parties move forward quickly, minimising the emotional trauma. He was named as a leading lawyer in Doyles Guide for Family & Divorce Lawyers 2015. Gulab is also a Notary Public and a Commissioner for Oaths

What is a Commissioner for Oaths?
Business,Business Advice,Personal

Reading Time: 7 minutesA Commissioner for Oaths may sound like an obscure, highly legalized term that one sometimes hears but never really understands. On the contrary, a Commissioner for Oaths plays a rather simple role – he facilitates the making of oaths or affirmations by persons (who are referred to as “deponents”) which accompany the statements that they […]

What is a Notary Public?
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Reading Time: 10 minutesAsk anyone if they know what a Notary Public is, and the most likely response you will get is a quizzical look or a raised eyebrow. Nonetheless, despite being obscure-sounding and relatively unknown, a Notary Public performs the important function of notarizing documents that are to be used overseas. Foreign persons, entities or institutions overseas, […]

Unreasonable Behaviour in Divorce Under Singapore Law
Divorce and Child Custody,Personal

Reading Time: 9 minutesUnreasonable Behaviour, it seems, is the basis frequently cited by women when applying for a divorce According to the Department of Statistics Singapore, out of the 3,437 divorce proceedings filed under the Women’s Charter in 2016 where the plaintiff was a woman, 58.6 per cent of the filings cited “unreasonable behaviour” as the key reason […]