We advise and assist our clients on a step-by-step basis to ensure that they fully understand the legal procedure involved in estate planning and administration. 

Our Services

  • Personalised will writing service
  • Setting up private trust, drafting deeds of family arrangement and Power of Attorney
  • Applications for Grant of Probate or Grant of Letters of Administration
  • Actions against executors or administrators for breach of duty
  • Defending executors or administrators against allegations of breach of duty
  • Transfering of estate assets and properties
  • Safekeeping of wills

Our Experience

  • Advising clients on their personalised will and setting up of trust
  • Advising clients on the writing of Wasiat and  setting up of Muslim trust
  • Representing and advising clients on applications to the High Court for the Grant of Probate or Grant of Letters of Administration
  • Representing and advising clients on applications to the High Court for resealing foreign Grant of Probate or Grant of Letters of Administration
  • Representing and advising clients on applications to the High Court for Distribution Order
  • Representing and advising clients on the administration of estate and matters in relation to inheritance of properties

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Reviews & Testimonials

– “I would like to thank Prisilla Chong for her steadfast effort in handling my estate case. She is indeed a kind, professional lawyer, and was always there to provide support and advice when I was most needed it. Also, please extend my appreciation to Darren Tan who also relentlessly provided me with the same support and encouragement. I truly appreciate your assistance throughout this period and I would not hesitate to recommend you/your firm.” – Vivien Ong

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Raymond Mah
Managing Partner
Sarah Kambali
Partner
Gan Chong Chieh
Partner
Cassandra Nicole Thomazios
Senior Associate
Prisilla Chong
Associate
Vivien Fan
Associate
Eric Toh
Associate
Janessa Kok
Associate
Anis Mohd Sohaimi
Associate
Wong Sue Ann
Associate

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