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Gilchrist Connell
The testator, who had a history of delusions and hallucinations, had enough testamentary capacity when making his will.
Cooper Grace Ward
It's normal to be upset if your spouse asks for a #divorce, but reaching for a stun gun is not a wise separation move.
Stacks Law Firm
The Family Court of Australia had to decide whether the children should live with their mother or with their father.
Article looks at five significant life events that should prompt you to review and update your estate planning.
HHG Legal Group
An EPG allows you (appointor) to choose a person (guardian) to make personal, lifestyle and medical decisions for you.
King & Capital Law Firm
Hong Kong
Withers LLP
It is a known fact that children can suffer irreparable psychological damage on the breakdown of their parents' relationship in circumstances where there is conflict.
Withers LLP
In this podcast, we look at how art can be divided during the divorce settlement process. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki talks to Sharon Ser and Jocelyn Tsao, divorce ...
Working as a lawyer can be emotionally challenging.
Withers LLP
The breakup of a relationship often have great impacts to the child. The welfare and interests of the child are paramount
Vaish Associates Advocates
According to section 2(f) of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 Probate refers to a copy of the will that is certified by the seal of a court of competent jurisdiction.
Vaish Associates Advocates
Will is a legal document through which a person decides how his/her property would be distributed, allocated and spent after his death. A person who dies without creating a will is called dying intestate.
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
The Private Client team at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas is delighted to share, via our Private Client blog, our comments and opinions shared in various leading media publications globally.
Vaish Associates Advocates
A will is a legal declaration of the intention of a person who is desirous of transferring his wealth to the subsequent generations.
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
The issue of legatees vs. nominees still seems to be causing confusion in the minds of the public.
STA Law Firm
The issue of triple talaq has been contentious for a secular country like India where every religion has its own personal set of laws. But the controversy over the topic is due to communal tones...
Prithwish Ganguli Advocates
In my practice life, I frequently face clients who married in India as per the provisions of either Hindu Marriage Act or Special Marriage Act
Clark Wilson LLP
From its beginnings, the Sikh faith was a head of its time and emphasized the equality and dignity of women:...
Expatriate Law
In a series of podcasts, solicitors and barristers from Expatriate Law will interview leading family lawyers from other jurisdictions around the world.
New Zealand
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Explanation of enduring powers of attorney & how & when they can be useful.
Expatriate Law
Alexandra Tribe, divorce lawyer and managing partner of Expatriate Law was recently interviewed by Nici Schueler, a seasoned Singapore expat.
RHTLaw Taylor Wessing
Parents who have planned well for their children can peacefully venture forward if death comes a knocking earlier than expected.
What happens when a loved one loses mental capacity? Who is the right person to make decisions for his medical care and treatment? Do family members have the right to deal with his or her assets?
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