Flat fees. Honest advice.
Stress-free legal help.

Flat Fees.

No Surprises, No Hidden Fees

No extra charge for phone calls, emails, or administrative tasks - just one flat fee, for everything. Focus on what matters most with our flat fee policy.

Simple & Timely

Plain English, Please.

We have a strict policy of no legal jargon. Where required, we'll explain it in plain English.

Stress Free

Easy does it.

We're not here to complicate things. We'll take care of the legal stuff so you can focus on what matters most: your family.

Geniune & Sincere

Transparency & Honesty

We believe that being open and honest with our clients is key to building a trusting relationship. You can count on our attorneys to provide sound legal advice in the most straightforward way possible.

We care about your story.

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    Lawyer, Senior Advisor

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    Marketing Lead

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    Lawyer, Managing Director

Mental Health

We're here to help.

  1. Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)
    $ 150

    Grant powers to a person to manage your affairs in the event you lose mental capacity*.

  2. LPA with Revocation
    $ 200

    Revoke an existing LPA and Grant powers to a person to manage your affairs in the event you lose mental capacity*.

  3. Deputyship

    A court application granting you the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of someone who lacks mental capacity*.

    Adult
    $ 2,500

    Child
    $ 2,800

* Persons that lack mental capacity includes persons suffering from neurological disorders (e.g. dementia, alzheimer's, parkinson's), stroke or traumatic brain injuries, and persons that have intellectual disabilities, mental health disorders, severe learning disabilities.

Estate Planning

Plan for the future.

  1. Last Will & Testament
    $ 400

    A legal document stating your last wishes including who will take care of your children, and how your assets will be distributed upon death.

  2. Grant of Probate

    A court application to obtain the authority to deal with a deceased person's estate

    With Will
    $ 1,700

    Without Will
    $ 1,800

    Without Will with Minor Beneficiaries
    $ 2,000

* Prices apply to uncontexted cases only.

Property & Real Estate

Your assets & your home.

  1. Power of Attorney (POA)

    Grant a person powers to sell, lease or buy a property on your behalf.

    HDB
    $ 250

    Private Property
    $ 500

    Overseas
    $ 850

  2. Conveyance

    Buy, sell or transfer title to a property.

    HDB
    Coming Soon!

    Private Property
    Coming Soon!

  3. Leases
    Landlord
    Coming Soon!

    Lease Agreement Template to lease out your property to a tenant.

    Tenant
    Coming Soon!

    Understand your rights and obligations as a tenant.

Family & Children

Families & children.

  1. Divorce
    $ 1,500

    A court application to dissolve or annul your marriage.

  2. Maintainence
    $ 1,500

    A court application for your spouse to provide financial support.

  3. Guardianship
    $ 2,000

    A court application to seek custody, care and control or your child.

  4. Mediation
    $ 1,000

    A process to resolve marital disputes amicably.

  5. Adoption

    A court application to adopt a child.

    Single Parents
    $ 2,200

    Related Child
    $ 2,500

    Local
    $ 3,000

    Foreigner
    $ 3,500

* Prices apply to uncontested cases only.

Others

Et cetera.

  1. Deed Poll & Name Change
    $ 100

    A legal document to change your name, or to add an alias to your name.

Services, Expertise & Prices.

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Frequently asked questions

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How is Guardian Law different from other law firms?
Guardian Law stands out by combining legal expertise with a deep understanding of family dynamics. We're here not just as lawyers but as compassionate individuals who genuinely care about your family's well-being.
What areas of family law does Guardian Law specialise in?
At Guardian Law, we specialise in a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, adoption, estate planning, and wills.
Does Guardian Law provide legal services for same-sex couples and LGBTQ+ families?
Absolutely. We are committed to serving all families, regardless of their gender or sexual orientation, and have experience in LGBTQ+ family legal matters.
Is Guardian Law able to handle family matters involving single parents?
Of course. We are here to help all families, including single parents, with their legal needs. In fact, we believe that single parents are some of the most resilient people we know and deserve the best legal representation possible.
Does Guardian Law offer virtual consultations for clients who cannot visit the office in person?
Yes, we offer virtual consultations to accommodate clients who prefer remote meetings or cannot come to our office.
How does Guardian Law ensure client confidentiality and privacy?
We take client confidentiality seriously and adhere to strict ethical standards to protect your privacy and sensitive information.

Testimonials

What People Say About Us

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“Engaged them to draft a power of attorney and they were excellent. They took the time to explain the process clearly in detail, clarified some of my misunderstandings and provided me with a simple solution so that I wouldn't have to incur unnecessary costs. Definitely would recommend if you have some legal needs and are feeling confused managing it on your own.”

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Nakiran Rajandran
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“Guardian law has provided me with a peace of mind in matters of my estate planning. I was initially confused with such a process, but they were informative and detail oriented, and guided me through each and every step. Overall, a great experience and I look forward in engaging their services again!”

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Anthony Kow
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“I had an exceptional experience with Guardian Law. From the moment I reached out for assistance, they demonstrated unparalleled professionalism and expertise. Their dedication to my case was evident in every interaction, and they went above and beyond to ensure my legal needs were met with precision and care.”

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Chris Lim
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“Guardian Law was professional and prompt in all correspondences and filing of relevant documents for the application of letters of administration. They were patient and able to breakdown complex terms for laymen to understand. The team took utmost care in ensuring we had everything settled. Thank you for ensuring that the process was fuss free in our times of grief.”

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Daniel Wong
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“I am grateful to Guardian Law for helping me craft a thorough and comprehensive will for my family’s unique needs. They were not only patient and attentive in listening to my worries and concerns, but they even took the time to understand my family dynamics, in which I thought was very impressive! With their help, I’m rest assured that my children will be well taken care of.”

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Vivian Tan

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