About This Blog

Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. As a peacemaker the lawyer has superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough. – Abraham Lincoln

To sue or not to sue. That is just one of the questions.

This blog is about Singapore law and the Singapore Court process made understandable to everyone. Hence the phrase Demystifying Litigation in Singapore. Because most businesses and people have only some or little personal experience in suing or being sued. Or more importantly, it is hoped that this will help you to conduct your personal and business affairs in such a way as to avoid having to sue or be sued. I hope to remove some of the mist surrounding such matters so that businesses and people are able to walk clearly through the misty path of litigation or better still, avoid having to walk the path at all.

And finally, the usual disclaimers as you would expect from all lawyers: All opinions expressed on http://www.singaporelitigationlawyer.com are entirely my own. Importantly, my opinions do not constitute legal advice and you should definitely formally engage a lawyer to confirm, vary or refute my views.

To Sue or Not to Sue: Demystifying Litigation in Singapore @ www.singaporelitigationlawyer.com © Dominic Chan, a Singapore litigation lawyer. All rights reserved.

Note: For the avoidance of doubt, the header picture on this blog (the one with snowy hills and misty skies somewhat clearing, i.e. “demystifying”) was not taken in Singapore. It was taken at the indescribably beautiful Lofoten Islands in Norway.

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