Law Soc: Submission of Documents Relating to the Division of CPF-Related Assets in Matrimonial Proceedings
Publisher: Law Society
Effective: 1 Oct 2018
A new online service ‘Submit Court Order for Division of Matrimonial Assets’ ('Service') has been made available on the Central Provident Fund Board ('Board') website for the submission of court orders or documents relating to the division of CPF-related assets in matrimonial proceedings ('DMA Documents')
With effect from 1 October 2018, members of public and law firms may use the Service to submit DMA Documents to the Board by logging on to the Service using their SingPass or CorpPass. There is no longer a need to submit DMA Documents physically at the Board’s office.
The detailed user guides can be found below:
Upon implementation, the Service will serve as the primary mode of submission of DMA Documents. Should the Service not be in operation, the DMA Documents may be left at the office of the Board’s Retirement Withdrawals Department at 238A Thomson Road, #16‑00 Tower A Novena Square, Singapore 307684.