A will is a legal document setting your intentions in relation to the distribution of your property and the care of your minor children when you pass away. If you do not have a valid will, your intentions may not be followed as your Estate will be distributed according to the Intestate Succession Act. As you have acquired assets over the course of your life, you should have some say in how your assets are distributed rather than let your assets be distributed according to the intestate succession act.
Most would try to be amicable and save their marriage, especially if they have children. It is always important to consider the impact on the children first and put the children’s best interests at heart. Who knows? Maybe the marriage can be saved after all.
However, no matter how patient a person can be, there is a limit to one’s patience and sooner or later, their patience will run out. So, where do you go? How do you proceed? Do you need to care about other people’s perceptions of you or your next course of action?
For Singapore businesses, engaging a lawyer is always a good idea especially if a matter involves a substantial amount of money or involves substantial risks.
For example, if you are about to enter into a large contract it may cost you far less to engage a lawyer to draft/review the agreement and advise you than failing to do so. Sadly, a lot of people that we come across, have ended up getting caught in a bad deal.
One example is when a business contract is no longer valid.