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ABOUT Clement Yong

Experience excellence in legal representation with a lawyer who puts you first

Clement is an experienced lawyer based in Singapore, specialising in family law and divorce cases. With over 10 years of experience, Clement has a proven track record of success in securing substantial settlements and outcomes for his clients. He is committed to providing personalised and compassionate representation, and takes a results-driven approach to each case. Contact Clement today to schedule a consultation and get the justice you deserve.



To provide exceptional legal representation and personalized service to clients in Singapore. To achieve the best possible outcomes expertise, dedication, and attention to detail. I will work tirelessly to protect your rights and interests.



To be the premier provider of legal services in Singapore. I strive to deliver exceptional results for my clients by leveraging my deep expertise and experience in family law. My goal is to be recognized as the go-to lawyer in Singapore for all your legal needs.



To provide the highest level of legal representation to my clients in achieving their goals. I am dedicated to building lasting relationships by providing personalized and effective legal solutions, and by consistently exceeding expectations.
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Areas of Practice

Whether you are looking for a divorce lawyer in Singapore or a family lawyer in Singapore to help you with a Personal Protection Order, we have you covered.

Divorce Process

Going through a divorce is a challenging and emotional process that can be overwhelming for anyone involved. It’s important to have the right support...

Division Of Assets

Divorce is a difficult and emotional process that can be challenging for both parties involved. One of the most significant issues that must be addressed during a divorce...


Maintenance is an essential aspect of divorce and separation proceedings in Singapore. It is a form of financial support provided to a spouse or child after a divorce...

Custody, Care And Control And Access

Divorce can be a difficult time for all parties involved, especially if there are children involved. Custody, care and control, and access are among the most challenging and...


A prenuptial agreement, also known as a premarital agreement, is a legal agreement between two individuals who are planning to get married. The purpose of a prenuptial...

Protection Order

Family violence can be a traumatic experience for anyone. In Singapore, victims of family violence can apply for a Personal Protection Order (PPO) to protect themselves...

Frequently asked questions

Divorce is a complex and emotional process that can be overwhelming for anyone going through it. I understand the challenges associated with divorce, which is why I have compiled a list of the top 5 frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help you better understand the process. I have helped many clients navigate the divorce process, and I am here to help you too.
Do you charge for a consultation?
It depends. Your initial consultation fees may be waived depending on your circumstances. At the initial consultation, we will discuss the details of your potential case, the legal process and answer any questions you may have.
What is the cheapest way to divorce in Singapore?
In short, filing an uncontested divorce is the cheapest way to get a divorce. This means that your spouse has agreed on a divorce, and has also agreed on all ancillary matters such as the divison of assets and maintenance. In such cases, lawyers typically offer fixed fee arrangements so that your legal costs are kept under control.
How can I get a quick divorce in Singapore?
Parties may file a divorce application on a simplified track if they can agree (i) that the marriage has irretrievably broken down, and (ii) on the ancillary matters such as children's care arrangements (if applicable), maintenance and the division of matrimonial assets. A divorce application on a simplified track may take about 4 months to conclude.
How long does it take to get a divorce in Singapore
A divorce on the normal track typically takes approximately 3 to 4 months for the Interim Judgment of Divorce to be granted, depending on the nature of the dispute and complexity, and another 3 to 8 months after that for all ancillary matters (i.e. children issues, maintenance, and the division of matrimonial assets).
Who should file for divorce first in Singapore?
The documents that are filed in court will differ, depending if you are the Plaintiff or the Defendant. Who files first for divorce does not affect the outcome in the ancillaries matters.

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