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Trusts, Wills, Estate, Succession, and Inheritance Planning

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All prices quoted are an estimate for basic services. For further details, including specific pricing, please contact us. Our services include: Intergenerational estate planning Writing of wills Personal and family trusts Business trusts Tax mitigation and tax planning Family office Private equity Offshore services Incorporation of companies Corporate secretariat and accounting services Filing of annual reports Lasting power of attorney Advance medical directive Please contact us via Carousell, mobile, WhatsApp, WeChat, Line, or Viber: +65 86862663 (Singapore) 88 Market Street Capital Singapore Land Tower 50 Raffles Place Singapore 048263 Q: We are Australians. Can we do estate planning in Singapore? Absolutely. Anyone, regardless of nationality, can choose Singapore for estate planning. Singapore is a great jurisdiction: British-style legal system, political stability, economic prosperity, and social harmony. Q. What is family estate planning? The family is at the heart of everything that we do. We help families protect their hard earned-assets from bankruptcy, frivolous litigation, and unlawful seizures. We help plan for a smooth transfer of wealth from one generation to the next. Q: How do you go about doing this? Some common items are trusts, wills, a lasting power-of-attorney (LPA) and an advance medical directive (AMD). Each family is different. Let us tailor a bespoke plan for you. Q. Why settle a trust? A trust is great for estate planning - ensuring your legacy by planning for the next generation. However, a trust is also essential for asset protection and litigation protection. Even in the case of bankruptcy, frivolous litigation, or forced seizure, assets in a trust are protected. Singapore has the best trust legislation in the world, combining the original British legislation with best practices from around the globe. Q. What if we do not write a will? Not leaving a will behind is problematic. Your assets will be frozen. Your family will have to apply for letters of administration. Then your estate will be divided up according to intestate laws. All this will take up considerable time and money. DO NOT let this happen to you. Q: We wrote a will many years ago. Do we need a new one? Yes, definitely. Our lives and circumstances change, and our wills and estate planning should keep up. Think of it as keeping healthy and strong. It is a lifelong process. Q: We are not super wealthy. Do we still need estate planning? Like the health analogy, everyone needs estate planning. Without estate planning, we expose our assets to a range of risks, and leave our heirs with potential legal and financial entanglements. Some situations take decades to resolve, if ever. Q: What challenges and difficulties are there? Influenced by the media, some families have unrealistic expectations about what can or cannot be done. We have to be legally-compliant and ethically-irreproachable as well. Please contact us via Carousell, mobile, WhatsApp, WeChat, Line, or Viber: +65 86862663 (Singapore)

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