Offering bespoke & premium services for your legal needs
We are a boutique dispute resolution law firm dedicated to providing premium service and bespoke solutions to your legal problems.
We are fully committed to obtaining the best possible outcome for our clients, and will devote attention to understand our clients’ needs and objectives. Our structure allows our clients to have easy access to lawyers at every stage, and a high level of lead counsel involvement from the start of the matter.
Whether you are a minority shareholder, a senior executive needing to execute a severance agreement, an employee trapped in a non-compete clause, a spouse enveloped in a contentious matrimonial dispute or a litigant who is tired of paying legal fees for limited results with limited contact with your current lawyer, you can count on us to provide you with the personal attention and high quality work that you deserve. In every case that we take on, we will work together with you to develop the winning strategy to meet your objectives.
We offer litigation services for individuals and businesses alike. Each of our clients is equally important to us. We promise premium and effective service while maintaining high ethical standards.
Our lawyers are experienced in representing clients in trial and appellate litigation, as well as in hearings before various specialised and administrative tribunals.
Our major areas of practice include:
ALB’s SE Asia Law Awards 2020
We are pleased to announce that our firm has been recognised in Asian Legal Business (“ALB”) Southeast Asia Law Awards 2020 as one of the rising law firms in South East Asia. ALB reported that 112 law firms in the region had participated with close to 800 submissions for the various award categories.
The ALB Southeast Asia Law Awards recognises the most successful law firms, and highlights the outstanding performance of private practitioners and in-house teams across the Southeast Asia region.
In an interview with our managing partner Jacqueline Chua, “We are pleased to receive this recognition as it is testatment to the hardwork and dedication that we put into our cases and on our client relationships. We remain committed to ensuring that clients can always rely on us for our legal expertise and our service standards in client management. We are grateful for the support from our clients”.
Singapore’s Best Law Firms in 2021
We are humbled to be recognised as one of Singapore's best law firms in the "Singapore's Best Law Firms 2021" list published by The Straits Times in partnership with Statista.
We are grateful for the votes by our clients and peers in the legal industry. Thank you for the unwavering support and confidence that you have placed in us.
We will continue to do our best, and will remain committed to serving our clients with excellence for years to come.
Mr Jaydee Lin, Managing Partner of Raffles Family Office
We are very pleased with our choice to engage Jacque Law LLC as our company counsel. Jacqueline and Kimberly are extremely responsive and knowledgeable. We particularly appreciate the team’s meticulous attention to details and the sound advice rendered to us. They would provide us with a comprehensive road map outlining the next steps and to suggest commercial minded solutions to our queries. At all times, we felt assured by their professionalism and their work product.
Mr Kelvin Chua
I engaged Jacque Law in a personal matter. I felt very comfortable with them and they were a great help providing me with advice which is both sound and practical. The quality of work and professionalism is not any less than what I have experienced with major law firms. Kimberly’s attention to details and prompt updates also made me feel that I was in a safe pair of hands.
Mr Chiang CF
In the court room, Jacqueline was tenacious, smart and unbeatable. She out-researched, out-played and out-witted the opposing counsel and witnesses, and was tremendously successful in exposing falsehoods and presenting a truthful picture of events in court.
Divorces can end up being adversarial and mine was especially acrimonious. I was very impressed with Jacqueline's ability to come up with creative solutions to resolve deadlocks as well as reduce the tension in the process.
Despite coming up against lawyers from a large global firm specializing in motor accident claims, she managed to get a positive outcome for us, where the High Court held that we were only 10% liable for the accident, which was the lowest ever percentage given to a cyclist in a road traffic accident.
In The News
Asian Law Network: Jacqueline Chua, Managing Partner of Jacque Law, speaks to us about medical negligence
Asia Law Network interviews our Managing Director Jacqueline Chua, and learns more about her work in the medical negligence law field and tips she has to share for those considering commencing a medical negligence / malpractice claim.
Asian Legal Business: State Of The Market 2020
Jacque Law LLC is pleased to have authored the Singapore chapter in the Asian Legal Business Guide to Employment Law in Asia.
We hope the guide will serve as a good starting tool for human resource personnel, business owners and/or in-house counsel as they navigate the often complex and constantly evolving employment laws in Singapore. If you require more in-depth advice on employment law matters, please feel free to connect with us.
News Alert: Revocation of errant donee’s powers as a property and affairs donee for her father’s lasting power of attorney
We are pleased to share that our client has won an appeal in the Family Division of the High Court of Singapore in a mental capacity case concerning the circumstances under which a donee’s powers may be revoked under the Mental Capacity Act (“MCA”).
Asian Legal Business: Protecting Employers from COVID-19 – A Practical Guide
With COVID-19 hitting businesses hard, what options do employers have apart from cutting jobs? While job-cutting may be effective in some cases, it can also severely damage company culture and staff morale and result in irreparable loss of know-how. Employers can instead consider these alternatives...
The Dummy's Guide To Making A Lasting Power of Attorney
What is an LPA? A Lasting Power of Attorney (“LPA”) is a legal instrument which allows a person who is at least 21 years of age (the “Donor”) to voluntarily appoint one or more persons (the “Donee(s)”) to make decisions and act on his/her behalf should he/she lose mental capacity one day.
Getting your way out of a Landlord-Tenant Dispute
On 7 April 2020, Parliament passed the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act (the “Act”). The Act introduced measures for certain parties to obtain temporary relief if they are unable to perform their contractual obligations due to COVID-19. On 20 April 2020, Part 2 of the Act, which contains the provisions governing such temporary relief, came into force as well as regulations giving more details on how to serve a notification for relief – see the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Temporary Relief for Inability to Perform Contracts) Regulations).
Protecting Your Assets In Case Of A Divorce
It is common to see a divorcing couple being unable to agree on how their assets should be split post-marriage, with differing accounts on how big-ticket items were financed before and during the marriage. This results in long, drawn-out court cases over the division of matrimonial assets, bringing much unhappiness to both parties and the people around them.
In this article, we aim to give an insight as to how both parties’ assets are split and divided post-marriage.
Lessons from Stan Lee and Buzz Aldrin - The Importance of Safeguards in Lasting Powers of Attorney to Prevent Financial Abuse
Stan Lee and Buzz Aldrin’s financial abuse cases provide valuable lessons on the need for safeguards in later life planning — especially with lasting powers of attorney. We share how you can design better and safer later life plans and lasting powers of attorney to protect yourselves and your loved ones.
Children Caught In The Crossfire – Co-parenting During A Divorce
A divorce can have a lasting impact on a child’s life. During a divorce, a child may observe that his parents have gone from best friends to enemies that may no longer be on speaking terms. He may have to grapple with the breakdown of his family unit, and have to accept that spending time with both parents means shuttling between homes. Some children may witness constant fighting, and have also been used by their parents as messengers or pawns in the divorce battle. Needless to say, the way a divorce is handled can have different effects on a child.