Angus Leung and Scott Adams discuss their fight for civil rights that resulted in progress for same-sex couples in Hong Kong: spousal benefits in civil service & joint tax returns.
A few landmark cases in hong Kong have allowed same-sex couples to apply for dependent visas, to receive spousal benefits in the civil service and to jointly file tax returns.
Carmen Tang explains why the Disability Discrimination Ordinance acts as a shield to minimize the impact of discrimination on individuals affected by HIV/AIDS
In Hong Kong you cannot be denied employment or be discriminated because of your HIV status. Such protections also extend to your associates.
Adam Hugill on legal protections against in Hong Kong related to sex, pregnancy, disability, family status, race. And lack of progress in legislation on sexual orientation.
Will Ripley and Alfred Ip on implications of estate planning and Wills: from funerals to distribution of memorabilia, but especially provisions related to children.
Alfred Ip talks to Will Ripley about the importance of having a Will and the implications of the probate process in Hong Kong
What do you need to consider and do before you make your Will? Why do you need a private client specialised lawyer to draft your Will? When do you need to review your Will?
Visit our Wills of Concern campaign to find out more about how we are raising funds for AIDS Concern by writing wills for donations until end of 2019.