18 January

In this world of COVID-19, it has never been more important to have your estate planning up to date, especially your health care directives and living will. We have all seen on the news the state of hospitals today, overrun with coronavirus patients to the point where visitors and family members are not allowed in. […]

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18 January

Doing so can allow you to focus on care without stressing over critical choices in an emergency. Read more at https://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/millennials-talk-estate-planning-with-your-parents

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18 January

Upon death, debts may not just cease to exist. Here are some of the questions you might have in your mind pertaining to debt liabilities after death. Read more at https://singaporelegaladvice.com/law-articles/what-happens-to-your-debts-when-you-die/

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10 November

The grieving has now turned to anger. Fans, who bade farewell to South Korean singer Goo Hara, 28, on Wednesday (Nov 27) at a wake in Seoul, are upset that her parents will get a share of her assets. Read more at https://www.asiaone.com/entertainment/goo-hara-fans-upset-her-parents-who-allegedly-abandoned-her-will-get-her-assets

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10 November

A coffee-shop assistant who was offered $200,000 will now get more than $2million, after the apex court ruled that her late father’s estate was to be shared based on intestacy rules on the division of assets and not on a note left by the patriarch. Read more at https://www.asiaone.com/singapore/heiress-agreed-200k-will-now-get-over-2m-instead

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