Documents and Preparation for Joint Petition Divorce in Malaysia

Documents and Preparation for Joint Petition Divorce in Malaysia

Documents and Preparation for Joint Petition Divorce in Malaysia

For divorce in Malaysia, these are the documents that you need to prepare for your divorce lawyer:

  • Marriage Certificate
  • Birth Certificate of Children (if any)
  • SPA (Sale & Purchase Agreement) of Jointly Owned Property (Send us the page with property address and title is sufficient) (if any)

Send the scanned copy to tyhlawfirm@gmail.com or send us via WhatsApp.

Then answer the questions below:

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Tips: Please provide full address of your place of residence.
Tips: If both you and your spouse are staying together in the same address as above, just state "0".
Tips: Please provide the full name of school/college/university/occupation for all children. If no child between both parties, just state "0".
Tips: If there is no maintenance payable, the wife must agree to this. On the other hand, husband may only ask for maintenance if he is wholly or partially disabled. If a lump sum is agreed between both parties, please indicate. If no wife maintenance is payable, just state "0".
Tips: If there is no maintenance payable for all children, the party who will have the custody (custodian) must agree to this. If no child between both parties or no child maintenance is payable, just state "0".
Tips: If no jointly owned property, just state "0".
Tips: Please indicate if you wish to 'Remain' or 'Sell' the jointly owned property(ies). You can state briefly if you have more than 1 property together and the proposed arrangements. If no property together, just state "0".
Tips: Divorce petitions are required to be prepared in Bahasa Malaysia before submitted to the High Court in Malaysia. If you cannot read and understand in BM, our divorce lawyer will translate and explain the terms to you before you sign it.
If none, just state "0".