As a parent, you want to ensure a bright future for your child and that your family is always well taken care of. Making a will or appointing a guardian for your child may be the last thing on your to-do list, but it’s part of your main responsibilities that shouldn’t be put off as you can’t predict when life takes a wrong turn.
To cut through the complexity, The Heritage Partnership is collaborating with experts from the legal and trust services industry in this online workshop, covering a step-by-step guide to address the following key issues:
- In the absence of a will, what happens to your child in the event of your demise, especially if you are a foreigner residing in Singapore
- Dealing with assets in different countries (multi-jurisdictional assets)
- Applying for and obtaining estate/administrative court documents (in the event of a loved one’s demise)
- The processes involved in having trustees/attorneys
- Case studies of a well-managed vs poorly managed situations and their respective outcomes
Radika Mariapan – Managing Director, Fidelis Law Corporation
Marcus Hinkley – Director of Private Client Services Asia, Hawksford
Adrian Paul – Partner, The Heritage Partnership – Partner Practice of St. James’s Place (Singapore) Private Limited
Join us and be engaged in an interactive discussion with like-minded parents and our subject matter experts. By the end of this session, you should know what to do to protect the future of your loved ones and leave a lasting legacy.
Advice relating to a will or matters of guardianship and Lasting Power of Attorney involves the referral to a service that is separate and distinct to those offered by St. James’s Place Wealth Management.