Is Your Partner Cheating?

Do you have suspicions about your partner’s fidelity? Could your partner possibly be cheating? Take this short quiz and find out.

  • Does you partner have drastic mood swings?
  • Does your partner seem distracted, confused, detached or distant?
  • Does your partner seem to lose sexual interest?
  • Does your partner show exaggerated displays of affection, followed by somber periods?
  • Do you see sudden changes in clothing or appearance?
  • Does your partner have sudden interest in getting into shape?
  • Does your partner have sudden change in habits, hobbies or schedules?
  • Does he/she bring up the topic of third parties?
  • Does your partner now put a security lock on his/her computer or cell phone?
  • Does your partner avoid answering his/her cell phone when you are around?
  • Does your partner go to work regularly and come home late?
  • Does your partner keep referring to a new “friend” at work?
  • Does your partner come home reeking of alcohol?
  • Does your partner have unexplained credit card charges?
  • Is your partner spending less time with you and the children?
If most of the answers are YES, there is a high probability that your partner may be cheating on you. To verify your suspicions, seek the help of a Private Investigator now.

Note: The contents of this page are for general information and not to be taken as a legal advice.

Custody of Child

What is Child Custody?

Child custody pertains to the practical and legal relationship between a parent and his child, which includes caring and making decisions for the child. Child custody is a prevalent issue in divorces and annulments.

Who Decides?

Usually, parents with children under 18 years old will be required to file for custody in case of divorce or annulment. In case of a divorce, the court will determine which parent or guardian gets child custody.

Who Gets Custody?

Child custody is determined on the basis of what the court perceives to be 'in the best interests' of the child. The court will weigh which parent will provide for the child's needs better. In child custody decisions, these factors are considered:

  • The child’s age and gender
  • The wishes of parents
  • The child's wishes, if he or she is old enough to express an independent opinion
  • Wrongful Restraint
  • Conduct of both spouses
  • Racial and cultural background
  • Customs
  • Medical factors

Note: The contents of this page are for general information and not to be taken as a legal advice.

Grounds for Divorce

What is a Divorce?

A divorce is the legal procedure in Singapore that ends a marriage. The first stage of your divorce proceedings culminates when a Judge of a Family Court grants you divorce and hands down an Interim Judgment of Divorce. The second stage is when the ancillary matters are dealt with after the Court has granted the Interim Judgment.

Are You Eligible to Apply for A Divorce?

According to The Subordinate Courts of Singapore:
  • You cannot apply for a divorce in the Family Court if you and your spouse are Muslims, or were married under
    the Muslim law.
  • You can get a divorce in the Family Court here if you or your spouse a Singapore Citizen; have lived in Singapore for at least three years before you apply for a divorce in the Family Court; or are domiciled in Singapore.

Grounds for Divorce

  1. Adultery


    Adultery is the extramarital intercourse with the opposite sex that willfully interferes with marriage relations.

  2. Separation


    Spouses are considered separated if they are either living apart for 3 years or more with consent; or living apart for 4 years or more without consent.

  3. Desertion


    Desertion is the abandonment of a spouse’s responsibilities to his/her family. However, it can only be valid if the person who left has a reasonable justification for his/her actions.

  4. Unreasonable Behaviour

    Unreasonable Behaviour

    The complainant must be able to prove that the other party is demonstrating unreasonable behaviour. This unreasonable behaviour must be proven to affect the complainant and the results of such behaviour must be relevant to their marriage. The complainant must be able to show proof of recurring negative conduct.

Note: The contents of this page are for general information and not to be taken as a legal advice.


There are generally three types of investigation. These are:

  • Matrimonial Investigation
  • Commercial Investigation, and
  • Civil Investigation

Matrimonial Investigation

Matrimonial investigation includes infidelity investigation and premarital checks. With matrimonial investigations, Private Investigators do surveillance and scrutiny, ensuring that they can gather facts that can either dispute or enforce their client’s claim.

Commercial Investigation

Commercial investigation covers a wide spectrum of activities. It includes intellectual property rights infringements, undercover operations, background checks, covert surveillance, business backgrounds investigation, partnership frauds, insurance frauds and pre-employment checks. Commercial investigation basically encompasses business-related and industrial issues.

Civil Investigation

The most common civil and criminal investigation involves vandalism or mischief and pilfering or theft. Civil cases are generally on property or personal problems and such other types which involves the breach of a person’s constitutional and personal rights.

Note: The contents of this page are for general information and not to be taken as a legal advice.