Amos Wee

Amos Wee


Senior Associate
Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore
LL.B. (Hons), National University of Singapore

Contact Details:
DID: +65 6589 8118

About Amos Wee
Amos has a wide range of experience in commercial and civil litigation matters and has represented clients in various applications in the State Court and the High Court. He has expertise in handling matrimonial / divorce cases and in employment law. Amos has helped many clients with his sound and practical advice for their matrimonial matters including the division of assets and care and control / custody of children. Amos has also advised clients on various employment matters including non-competition clauses and other employment related issues.


  • Ang Ai Tee v Resource Credit Pte Ltd [2017] SGHC 159 (High Court): Successfully represented the Plaintiff in setting aside a statutory demand for bankruptcy.
  • TNI v TNJ [2016] SGFC 27 (Family Justice Court): Represented the Plaintiff in divorce proceedings in respect of an appeal against the decision on ancillary matters involving assets worth approximately S$5 million.
  • Harjit Kaur d/o Kulwant Singh v Saroop Singh a/l Amar Singh [2015] SGHCF 5 (High Court): Represented the Applicant in her application for financial relief in Singapore consequential on a foreign divorce.
  • Lim Chiew Peng v JVA Management & Consultancy Pte Ltd [2015] SGDC 322 (District Court): Successfully represented the Plaintiff in her claim for unpaid commission and bonus.


  • Acting for high net-worth individual shareholders in their claim for minority oppression in respect of a Singapore investment holding company involving a Vietnamese building development project worth in excess of S$50 million.
  • Acting for food importers and distributors in defending price-fixing charges brought by the Competition Commission of Singapore involving penalties of approximately S$1.7 million.
  • Acting for an individual in his claim against a multi-national corporation for employment issues – unpaid salary, bonus, allowance and retrenchment benefits of approximately S$300,000.
  • Acting for an excavating and earthmoving company in its claim of approximately S$200,000 against its landlord for breach of the tenancy agreement.