The Scarle v Scarle case highlights the importance of having a professionally drafted Will – especially in case of complex family situations
The Telegraph | Thousands of Hongkongers will be unable to cash in their pensions after moving to the UK
Almost 30,000 people have applied to move to the UK from Hong Kong under a new visa scheme which is becoming “highly political”
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Regardless of the type of relationship you are in, having a Will ensures that partners will be provided for and have legal means of inheritance in the case of an unfortunate death.
Hong Kong citizens considering moving to the UK will evidently have many considerations to weigh up, and one of these is likely to be the application of tax.
Jacqueline Cheng and Alfred Ip discuss the main steps in estate administration: collection of assets, payment of debts, distribution of estate assets to beneficiaries.
As part of a thorough Estate Planning, a Will and a Trust usually complement each other, however in some circumstances the terms of the two documents may conflict.
Disagreements on children custody are emotionally draining. What considerations are key to try and reach an agreement, simplifying the whole process?
What happens when a beneficiary is displeased with the actions of a trustee, and what methods of legal recourse are available?
Private Client lawyers can guide you through the most efficient international Estate Planning options which fit your specific circumstances and wishes