House purchase can be a huge undertaking, which will drain the savings of most. For instance, the median price of
In 2011, the Conveyancing (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act was passed, with the aim to better regulate conveyancing transactions and ensure the
Under the Estate Agents Act, all estate agents and their salesperson(s) are required to be registered with the Council for
A EULA allows you to allocate rights over the content on your platform. This allows you to achieve the right
A key to enjoying life is cherishing the freedom to act, according to personal choices. But what if one day,
Typically speaking, there are 2 ways in which you can consider in order to incentivize your employees, other than marrying
The Deputies duties end where the Patient ceases to lack capacity or dies.
If either of this happens, steps may need
The Court has the power to give the deputy power make decisions on behalf of the Patient for the Patient’s
Divorce proceedings need not be acrimonious or too costly if you are well prepared.
Before considering divorce you may wish to
Divorce is the termination of a marriage. Annulment is a declaration that there was no valid marriage from the start.
Your lasting power of attorney donee(s) can act and make decisions on your behalf in the event you are unable
Ensuring that a company has adequate funds is an important and continuous process, and it is unlikely that one round
As a country founded on the hard work and graft of its population, Singapore had always welcomed foreign talents to
Common Pitfalls and Considerations in Fundraising
It is important for a company to raise and maintain sufficient funds to meet day-to-day
The Mental Health Capacity Act (CAP 177A) was originally enacted in 2008 (the “Act”).
The Act was designed to provide a
A sole proprietorship is the simplest business legal entity. It has the least requirements to set up and maintain with
Getting married or remarried? Here are some tips on what you should do for your will and CPF funds.
Myth 1. My spouse will automatically get everything when i die if i don’t have a will?
True only if you
As the Court scrutinizes every case, further information may be required from you and you may be directed to file
Yes. This is so even if you think you are not especially wealthy because it is a responsible thing to
If your deputy or donee abuses his or her powers, you may revoke the Lasting Power of Attorney ("LPA") when
Your loved one has dementia, suffered a brain injury or a severe stroke; or has slipped into a coma, or
It is common for many who have done wills to put it aside and not think about it.
Since making your