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We’re passionate about
affordable justice for all

Singapore’s premier low bono firm, providing legal representation to clients of modest means and underprivileged communities

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Sliding-Scale
Fee Model

We believe that in times of need, our clients’ ability to obtain legal advice and representation should not be impeded by their financial situation.

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Competent and
Effective Representation

We will do what it takes to bring our clients’ cases to a resolution in a timely manner, whether through alternative dispute resolution or the Courts.

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Fixed
Fee Arrangements

Regardless of the complexity of the case or the time needed to resolve the legal dispute, we are committed to fixed fee arrangements with our clients.

Our Areas of Practice

Matrimonial
Adoption
Guardianship
Estate Planning
Mental Capacity
Civil Litigation

“Professional, patient, understanding and compassionate lawyer.”

“She is a quick thinker especially when unexpected events turn up, and she will do her best to act fast and in the best interests of the client.”

“Went the extra mile by explaining the process a few times just to make sure we really understand the whole picture.”

“June Lim provided excellent service and I would recommend her to others.”

Latest News

Happy National Day, Singapore!

GlobalARRK
GlobalARRK

The firm is pleased to announce a tie-up with UK-based charity GlobalARRK representing the interests of “stuck parents” who are unable to legally return to their home countries with their children after their marriages break down overseas or while they are embroiled in an international custody dispute.

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Briton Gets Boost In Bid To Recover 1m From Mother-in-Law’s Estate
Briton Gets Boost In Bid To Recover 1m From Mother-in-Law’s Estate

In the first such reported case, our Consultant Andrew Ohara succeeded in obtaining an order for an estate’s executor to be examined in Court over debts to be recovered from the estate.

Andrew has represented Ms Jane Rebecca Ong in her Singapore litigation matters since 2007.