Vinit is a Barrister-at-Law (Middle Temple) with 20 years of experience as an Advocate and Solicitor as well as Commissioner for Oaths in Singapore. Vinit is fluent in English, Malay, Hindi, Punjabi and German.
Vinit is also an Accountant by training, possessing the ACCA qualification, which is invaluable in areas of law that are corporate in nature, or in areas of law such as Civil law, white-collar crime and Family work involving complex accounts and a multitude of documents, both personal and corporate.
– L.L.B. Hons (London, UK) 1995
– Barrister-at-Law (Middle Temple) 1996
– Advocate & Solicitor (Singapore) 1998
– ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK) 2003
– Commissioner for Oaths (Singapore) 2010
Vinit specialises in Family Law, Criminal Defence, Civil Litigation, Personal Injury Claims, Probate and Wills work. With experience over the last 20 years in a wide array of work that transcends and/or involves several areas of work in any one case, Vinit is well-placed to help you through the issues that you may encounter and the solutions that you need.
Your legal needs are what concern us. Your rights within the law and what works best for you matter. Vinit will arrange to meet you, go through all documents and spend the necessary time on your matter to ensure that all issues are gone through, considered and placed before the Court as necessary to optimise the outcome for you in the quickest time reasonably possible.
Creative solutions with pragmatism, in a friendly, sensitive manner are what you can expect from Vinit. He will listen to you and advise you on what is practical, incisive and straightforward. Vinit is committed to being there for you and to walk you through your case, be it a Court application, a meeting with the opposing party to resolve matters amicably, or a letter or representation to formally place your case on record in writing to opposing party, be it the Prosecutors at the Attorney-General’s Chambers; or the opposing lawyer; or the person you have a dispute with, to facilitate a swift, favourable resolution as far as possible.
Vinit’s work can be found in the Singapore Law Reports, on local print and online articles spanning the last 20 years.