Knowledge Base Issues
Do I need a lawyer to file for a divorce?
In Malaysia, when you approach the counter of a court to file your divorce petition, it is common for the court staff to reject your petition presented for filing and request that you have a...
What does the court take into consideration before granting a divorce or when making a decision?
Where either or both parties to a marriage do not consent to the divorce or are not in agreement on certain or all issues of the divorce, hearing of the divorce petition will be held in the court...
How do I apply for a divorce? What are the steps to getting divorced in Malaysia?
Divorce proceedings begin with a divorce petition. You can't start divorce proceedings unless you fulfill certain conditions. The three (3) main steps in divorce proceedings are: Filing of divorce...
What should the Affidavit by Petitioner in Support of Petition look like?
An affidavit must be sworn or affirmed before a Commissioner for Oaths and is considered as an evidence in court proceedings. Answer the questions carefully. You cannot make changes to an...
What is the information required by Form 6 of the Divorce and Matrimonial Proceedings Rules 1980 (Acknowledgment of Service)?
A divorce petition must be served personally, not by the petitioner, or by sending it by registered post to known addresses of the respondent and co-respondent. If a copy of divorce petition is to...
Banking and Finance
Employment and Labour
Immigration and Travel
Malaysian Legal System and Constitution
Rights and Disputes
Society and Culture
Copyright © 1999-2018 Lawyerment.com. All rights reserved
Terms & Conditions