How do I know if my spouse's behavior qualifies as "unreasonable" in a divorce case? Is there a specific list of actions that are considered unreasonable behaviour, or is it subjective? Can a single instance of a severe action be enough to claim unreasonable behaviour, or does it have to be ongoing?
In this episode, Jonathan talks in detail about what is considered as "unreasonable behaviour" when it comes to a divorce. Understanding what "unreasonable behaviour" means is crucial if you're considering a divorce in Singapore. It covers a wide range of situations, from severe issues like domestic abuse to minor problems that become unreasonable when happening regularly.
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