Grace is a divorce lawyer in Singapore. Grace started her career in family law in various top law firms and boutique law firms in Singapore.
Since the start of her career, Grace has specialized in matrimonial law and she has always had a passion for this particular area of practice, although Grace has also practiced in civil litigation, most notably being involved in the reported case of Jane Rebecca Ong v PricewaterhouseCoopers & Ors (2012 SGHC 106).
She is an assigned solicitor of the Legal Aid Bureau and a member of the Lawyer's Christian Fellowship.
Grace is an alumni of Raffles Girls School (Secondary) and Raffles Junior College, and she completed her law degree in the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Grace is well versed in Divorce, Nullity, Child Custody, Maintenance and Personal Protection Order Applications, this being the mainstay of her work as a family lawyer and she considers herself to be a family law specialist.
Grace represents clients in complex matrimonial matters as well as uncontested divorces.
It is a cornerstone of her practice to understand the difficulties that her clients are facing and to help them end their difficult marriages with a good outcome, and to enable to move on with their lives in the best manner possible.
Grace is a gifted lawyer with great empathy for her clients.
She enjoys community service to the poor and she enjoys advocacy both in the Family Justice Courts, as well as fighting for the rights of the underdog in her community engagement.
Grace is currently in her mid-thirties and has practiced in the area of family law for about 8 years now.
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