Need Help With A PPO?

Do you need assistance with proceeding with or resisting a Personal Protection Order in the Family Justice Courts? We can help.


Alternatively, text / Whatsapp us at 8823 6130

Fixed Fees. No Hidden Charges.

Domestic violence is already a delicate enough situation without having to worry about the cost of hiring a lawyer. We provide affordable and realistic solutions. After a free consultation to assess your matter, we provide you with a fixed fee quote.

No GST. No disbursements. No hidden charges.

Why Use Us?

  • Affordable

    Our quotes are affordably priced without any sacrifice in quality of service.

  • Fixed Fee

    We offer fixed fees after assessing your PPO matter so you never receive a price shock.

  • Quick Response

    We respond to all queries within 24 hours.

Benefits Of Using Our Service

  • Free Consultation

    We offer a free 20 minute consultation with our vetted lawyers.

  • No Hidden Charges.

    We don’t charge GST or disbursements and we don’t tack on last-minute additional charges.

  • Specialized Advice

    Our lawyers are well-versed in this area of the law and will tailor their advice in a friendly and accessible manner.

Do I Need A Lawyer For A PPO Application?

Experiencing domestic violence is one of the most traumatic things that can happen to anyone. False allegations of domestic violence can be just as devastating.

In these situations, it's always better to get the support, legal advice and representation you need on your particular case.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Personal Protection order?

A Personal Protection Order is a court order issued in Singapore against a family member who has committed family violence. The Personal Protection Order is also supplemented by court orders such as the Domestic Exclusion Order and Expedited Orders. Counseling Orders can also be ordered by the court.

Who can apply for a Personal Protection Order?

You can apply for a Personal Protection Order against a family member. This is defined as:-

  1. Spouse or ex-spouse;
  2. Child, including an adopted child or stepchild;
  3. Parent;
  4. In-law;
  5. Sibling;
  6. Any other relative who the court may regard as a member of your family

Should I get a Personal Protection Order?

Every individual's circumstance is different and this is an answer only you can answer. However, we strongly suggest that if you are experiencing family violence, you may wish to apply for a Personal Protection Order to protect yourself and/or your children against any future violence.

If you're involved in a domestic violence dispute, seek representation right away. Text / Whatspp us at 8823 6130


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