Family Law & Civil Litigation
Cherie’s primary focus extends to matrimonial matters where her empathy, sensitivity and patience have won her many clients in the matters of divorce, maintenance and custody. She has also acted for and advised clients in matters relating to breach of employee’s duties, corporate enforcement of rights in respect of a director’s duties and disputes involving fraudulent conduct and unauthorized trading.
As a graduate of Murdoch University (Perth, Australia) and a non-practicing lawyer in Western Australia, Cherie was called to the Singapore Bar and admitted to the roll of Advocates and Solicitors of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2015. Prior to her undergraduate studies in Western Australia, she had attained a Diploma in Law and Management from Temasek Polytechnic where she was listed in the Director’s Honours List for year 2007/2008.
Cherie comes to law with a strong inclination towards traditional notion of justice and a profound respect for its establishment. With international experience and involvement in a range of law firms, Cherie is passionate about her work and her dedication towards her clients defines who she is. With a strong work ethic, Cherie’s interest in law stems from her belief that everyone deserves a fair trial despite their socioeconomic background, demographic origins or purported culpability. With this disposition, she is committed to representing her clients to the best of her ability with a focus on the human element of a technical profession.
Notable Work & Accolades
"Tito Isaac & Co LLP is a fully developed and experienced legal firm able to help customers know their options. At the same time they are practical and empathetic. In my dealings with them, they were helpful at every stage of the legal process, not just at the beginning but also towards the end. I saw a concerted and consistent effort all the way through and for this I am very pleased. Thank you, Tito & Cherie’s team. "
- Phillip Hughes
"Hi Cherie, thank you for all the work done to bring my case to a conclusion. It was not an easy task and full credit goes to you and your past predecessors."
"Don't raise your voice, improve your argument."
- Desmond Tutu