Welcome to Gloria James-Civetta & Co

Gloria James-Civetta & Co (“GJC Law”), is a well-established law firm based in Singapore. Our firm is made up of legal experts in a wide range of areas including Local and International Divorces, Family Law matters, Estate Law, Corporate & Commercial Law, Civil Disputes, Criminal Law (white and blue collar crimes), Litigation and Mediation.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Experience, strategies, successful resolutions

CRIMINAL LAW

Our lawyers respond quickly, providing urgent legal advice 24/7

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FAMILY LAW

Equipped with the experience and resources handle complex divorces

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ESTATE LAW

Fixed fee Probate and Letters of Administration for most cases

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CIVIL DISPUTES

Professional advice and competent representation in and out of court

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Welcome to Gloria James-Civetta & Co

Gloria James-Civetta & Co (“GJC Law”), is a well-established law firm based in Singapore. Our firm is made up of legal experts in a wide range of areas including Local and International Divorces, Family Law matters, Estate Law, Corporate & Commercial Law, Civil Disputes, Criminal Law (white and blue collar crimes), Litigation and Mediation.

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step-child adoption in singapore

How to Adopt Your Step-Child in Singapore

This article is written in the perspective of a Singaporean couple. If you are looking to adopt your stepchild, the adoption process can differ based on whether your stepchild is a: Singapore Citizen, or Singapore Permanent Resident with a foreign citizenship, or Foreign citizenship and in the midst of applying for Dependent Pass. When your […]
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Adoption in Singapore : Frequently Asked Questions

You may have seen our earlier post covering frequently asked questions about the adoption process in Singapore, here, we will explore more pertinent questions which you may have about the adoption process in Singapore. How long will the adoption process take? If you are adopting a Singaporean child, the process can take a minimum of […]

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Divorce by Mutual Agreement – A New Starting Point For Therapeutic Justice

In Singapore, divorce is a two-stage process. The 1st stage relates to the reasons for the breakdown of marriage, while the 2nd stage deals with the ancillary matters (i.e. the child(ren) and financial issues). While the 1st stage of divorce generally does not have any impact on the 2nd stage, it is common for parties […]
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How to Prevent my Spouse from Dissipating Assets During a Divorce?

While it would be ideal for there to have been an uncontested divorce, it is common that divorcing parties end up with acrimonious relationships and a lack of trust between them by the time a divorce is sought. As such, there may be cases of spouses seeking to dissipate matrimonial assets, such as by spending […]