Prepare well for yourself and your loved ones in case of incapacity and death. Learn about wills, lasting powers of attorney, intestacy laws, probate, and letters of administration.
Preparing for Incapacity and Death
- How to Plan for Mental Incapacitation
- How do I make a will?
- Lasting Power of Attorney in Singapore
- Advance Medical Directives in Singapore
- Appointment of Deputies under the Mental Capacity Act
- Get An Affordable Will Made By Experienced Lawyers
- Where you should store your will
- What happens to your debts when you die?
- Why should you make a will?
- What is a joint will, mutual will and mirror will?
- Mental capacity assessment for LPAs and wills
Distribution of Estate Assets
- What should I do with a deceased relative’s will? How is a will executed?
- In the absence of a will, how is the deceased's estate distributed?
- How do I contest a will?
- Wills, Probate, and Executors: What to do when a loved one passes away in Singapore
- Letters of Administration - Intestacy law in Singapore
- Inheritance (Family Provision) Act in Singapore
- Applying for a Grant of Probate in Singapore
- Can a half-brother be considered a next of kin? (when distributing the assets of the deceased)
- What happens to property when a deceased’s next-of-kin or named personal representative is uncontactable?
- Obtaining a Fresh Grant of Probate and Resealing a Foreign Grant of Probate
- What happens to residuary property not accounted for?
- What happens to a Singapore expatriate's assets when he passes on?
- How to access the bank account of a deceased spouse?
- Estate Planning