A team of experienced lawyers
Crossbows LLP is a Singapore law firm providing a wide range of legal services and litigation services its 6 partners. All partners have a minimal 12 years of practice and caring for their client is their top priority.
Divorce & Matrimonial Lawyer
Our experienced lawyers will help you identify issue straightaway and point you in the right direction. Call us now for consultation.
Singapore Property Lawyer
We offer various solutions and services for your property needs. Call us before you sign on the dotted line.
Welcome to Crossbows LLP:
Crossbow LLP is a specialized lawyer firm in Singapore. It is dedicated solely to the practice of 4 core legal areas: matrimonial, personal Injuries & court litigation, property transactions and financing and Wills and probate. Our team of highly qualified lawyers deliver solutions that are both satisfactory as well as workable.
We are a team of 4 partners who are having a minimum of 15 years of practice and experience and we provide a wide range of services in within these 4 core legal areas.
Areas of Practice:
Divorce & Matrimony
If you are facing a critical situation in matrimony life, our experienced lawyers will help you to identify the issue quickly and guide you in the right direction. Call us for non-chargeable half hour of first consultation.
If you are planning to buy or sell a property in Singapore, our experienced lawyers will assist you in property transaction ranging from simple to complex matters
If you are seeking compensation for personal Injury in Singapore due to accident or unsafe work conditions, we will help you to claim it at the earliest possible.
Our reputation precedes us. A good reputation is more valuable than money. It is our first criteria .We always look for a smile on a client’s face.
Legal News / Announcement
"A recent July 2015 High Court decision has ruled that as an exception to the usual joint custody order, an order of sole custody to a spouse is in the best interest of the children if the other spouse demonstrated poor ability to make decisions even for his/her own welfare: AVM v AWH  SCHC 194. Custody here means the decision-making for the children."