Caught Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

"CAUGHT BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA". Interview & Article by: Emelia Kwa, a trainee at OTP Law Corporation.Published: 28 February, 2019Interviewee’s name has been changed to protect the identity and privacy of all parties involved.“I don’t really know how I survived” are not the words you’d expect to hear from someone speaking about their marriage. However, in Peter’s case, what he expected to be a fairy-tale romance turned out to be a lot more complicated in reality. Peter’s story is not uncommon – every marriage has its challenges and couples may find themselves struggling to make sense of the difficulties and changes they are going through. However, as Peter’s case demonstrates, being aware of when to seek help…


An Interview With PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate Ms. Susan Tay of OTP Law Corporation on Practice, Pupillage & Pro Bono

An Interview with PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate Ms. Susan Tay On Practice, Pulillage and Pro Bono. An Interview With PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate Ms. Susan Tay by Emelia Kwa. Q: You have accumulated over a decade’s worth of experience in matrimonial litigation. What motivated you to delve into such a specialised field of practice, and did you ever consider practicing corporate law instead?A: I actually started doing matrimonial litigation by chance. My very first litigation case after I became my own boss was a matrimonial case. It started when a friend of a friend approached me for help in her divorce. After that I realised that it was rewarding in a way other cases are not – you’re helping someone in something that’s…

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