Managing Expectations
 17 February 2018, 03:46
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Oftentimes when clients instruct us in a matter they often exhort us to “fight for them”. Of course we understand them to mean that we should do outmost in handling their matter but I take this opportunity to explain the fallacy and limitation of this instructions.

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3 reasons why you should get a lawyer to instead of someone else to do your will
 19 August 2017, 07:59

Any will in Singapore is only valid and recognized by the Court if it complies with the requirement of the Wills Act Cap 352 Should it fail to comply it is not valid. The risk of having someone not qualified to do it for you, would be by the time you discover that the will does not comply with Wills Act it is too late to rectify by yourself.

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Q&A relation to Wills
 17 January 2017, 08:26

Q: What does a will do?
Q: What Does a will consist of?
Q: What does a will look like?
Q: What does a will costs?
Q: Where is the will kept once executed?

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