If a compromise is reached, a settlement will be recorded by the Court in the form of a Consent Order after parties confirm their agreement to the District Judge. Subsequently, parties’ solicitors will do the needful paper work to extract it as a Consent Order, which is enforceable like any other Court Order. Steps will then be taken to extract the Final Judgment for Divorce after 3 months has elapsed since the date of the Interim Judgment for Divorce.
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- What is a Deed of Separation? How can it Work For You?
- Introduction to the Divorce Process
- How do I start the Divorce Process?
- How Long is The Procedure to Divorce in Singapore?
- Contested VS Uncontested Divorce: What You Need To Know
- Is Mediation in Family Justice Court Beneficial?
- How Many Mediation Sessions Must I Attend?
- Protecting Children & Fair Division of Matrimonial Assets (Ancillary Matters)