Estate Planning Lawyers
“The firm packages most of its legal services with an all-inclusive fixed fee that is affordable for all.”
The Straits Times
PKWA family and estate lawyers are consistently named as leading Singapore lawyers by the Straits Times, Benchmark Litigation, Asian Legal Business, Singapore Business Review and Doyle’s Guide. Our firm has more than 130 employees and 30 years of history.
Our fees are fixed, clear and transparent from the outset, and we are happy to offer a free initial consultation.
Wills, Trusts, Estate & Probate Lawyer
Have you planned for your family’s future?
Our family lawyers and estate planners can help you to draft your Will, create a Trust to protect your assets, and draft your Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA).
If you plan ahead, you avoid disputes among your family members and save on future legal costs. You need a highly respected law firm that has the knowledge and extensive experience to give you the peace of mind you need.
PKWA family lawyers can help you – we understand that estate planning is vital for everyone, young or old, and the time is now to plan ahead.
Our full range of Wills & Estate services
Your last Will and Testament
A will is a legal document that lets you decide what happens to your money, property, and assets after you die. In your Will, you decide:
- How your assets will be distributed to the people you choose.
- Who you want to look after your children.
- Who should carry out your wishes (the Executor).
Deputyship application under Mental Capacity Act
A Deputyship application becomes necessary when a family member is no longer able to manage their own affairs due to mental incapacity.
A trust is a legal framework in which you (the settlor) give a trusted person (the trustee) the right to hold title to property or assets for the benefit of others (the beneficiaries).
Estate planning is the process of planning on how one’s estate will be distributed and managed after their death.
Grant of Probate and Letter of Administration lawyers
When someone in the family passes away, your family needs to apply for a Grant of Probate (if there is a Will) or Letters of Administration (where there is no Will). This is to enable the executor to unlock the assets, manage the assets and distribute them to the beneficiaries.
Resealing of Probate by a foreign executor
Resealing of Probate Resealing of Grant of Probate/Letters of Administration is the process of obtaining the subsequent authorization by a Court of a second country after the Grant has been obtained in the Court of the first country.
We provide legal advice and support in all areas of estate law. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Our practice areas include:
Fixed, clear & transparent fees
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Why clients choose us
Our fees are fixed and affordable from the outset so that you can have peace of mind.
Our lawyers are recognized as leading family lawyers by the Straits Times, and other leading publications.