Private Client lawyers can guide you through the most efficient international Estate Planning options which fit your specific circumstances and wishes
The removal or replacement of executors / administrators of estates and the importance of the Courts’ role highlighted through leading cases
Estate Planning is not a one-off exercise that people should do when they get older, but rather an ongoing process that gets reviewed and revised to be in line with changing situations and family dynamics.
Spreading awareness about Estate Planning to be put in place for the protection of children: from Wills to permanent and temporary Deeds of Guardianship
From the importance of making a Will to the probate process and different levels of protection for your children
How to contest a Will? How does the Court evaluate its validity?
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.
The difference between Wills and Trusts is not always obvious. Both are valuable Estate Planning tools but they are not the same. This Q&A explains the main differences.
Yuseff Murphy and Alfred Ip discuss common questions around estate planning for Hong Kong residents, particularly in the era of COVID-19
A step forward for LGBT rights with Hong Kong Courts granting equal treatment under its succession laws. Last year Edgar Ng Hon-lam applied for a judicial review upon learning that the matrimonial home he owns could not be passed to his husband in case he died intestate.