Full and Frank Disclosure in a Matrimonial Contest

In a divorce, all matrimonial assets are liable for division between the parties.

There is a general duty for parties in divorce proceedings to provide a full and frank disclosure of all relevant information within his/her knowledge which is particularly relevant in the context of a division of matrimonial assets. Our Head of Matrimonial Law Practice, Ms Hazell Ng, conducts a detailed analysis on case law to determine what is the scope of "full and frank disclosure" as well as the consequences one may face for failing to provide such disclosure.

Filed under: Matrimonial and Private Wealth Practice
Hazell Ng

Hazell Ng

Hazell is a Director and the Head of Private Wealth and Matrimonial Practice of the firm. Hazell graduated from University of Manchester and completed her legal training in both Malaysia and Singapore. After getting called to the Singapore Bar, Hazell commenced her practice in one of the Big Four Law Firms in Singapore.

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