Hong Kong offers one of the lowest and friendly tax regimes for its citizens and residents, learn more in this Q&A
Jacqueline Cheng & Alfred Ip on the main steps in estate administration: collection of assets, payment of debts, distribution of estate assets to beneficiaries.
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
Separating from a spouse is in most cases emotionally draining and it can cause both long-term and short-term financial issues
This Q&A examines the essential points that couples should consider before a prenup is put in place
While one way of protecting a testator’s assets is to have a Will, there are other steps that can be taken to avoid unauthorised or unfair transfers during their lifetime.
Yuseff Murphy and Alfred Ip discuss common questions around estate planning for Hong Kong residents, particularly in the era of COVID-19
Homemade Wills often present more problems than solutions. Will drafting should always been done properly by professional lawyers with specific experience in Estate Planning.
When planning to relocate from Hong Kong to the UK, it is crucial to avoid unpleasant surprises from the UK tax law system, that could have a significant impact on personal and family wealth.