If you want a proper way to plan for your succession and ensure your loved ones are looked after in your absence, you need a Will.
Most people plan their succession properly. However, they do not envision the possibility of them ever becoming mentally incapacitated.
Everything you need to know about wills, testamentary freedom and the law in Hong Kong, and your rights in the case of disinheritance
“No one has ever become poor by giving” – How to Leave a Legacy by Benefitting Charitable Causes in Your Will
According to the CAF World Giving Index, Hong Kong is ranked 18th out of 144 economies in the survey with 55% saying they have donated money to a charity
Hugill & Ip and Feeding Hong Kong are proud to announce the launch of The #foodwill Campaign that – starting from today – will raise funds to fight hunger and reduce…
We explain what a mutual will is and why it might not be the best solution for your family
ALM | Boutique Law Firm Bolsters Private Client Practice as Hong Kong’s Aging Business Owners Make Succession Plans
Freda Lim joins Hugill & Ip as a partner from local firm Vivien Teu & Co, which is in association with Shanghai-based Llinks Law Offices
We explain why a will is vital for couples without children – a common phenomenon in Hong Kong and how a will is essential to these couples when planning their estate.
We explain how to get foreign documents legally authenticated in Hong Kong – and how the process differs for probate applications
Common Grounds of Contesting Wills in Hong Kong – We explore what constitutes a testator’s mental capacity, and how it can be legally proven in their will