Fung Peen heads the Family and Private Wealth team at Yuen Law LLC. They are grateful to their clients to have earned Yuen Law a ranking in The Straits Times – Singapore Best Law Firms in 2022 and 2021 in 3 areas of practice- Family Law, Inheritance and Succession, as well as Conveyancing. Marshall Cavendish International has published 2 books he has authored, Where There’s A Will; A guide to setting up a Will and managing a loved one’s estate (2021); and Lasting Power of Attorney: A Guide to LPA and how to set it up (2019).
For property , he acts for and advises on the following:-
1. post divorce sale or part share transfer
2. de-coupling (part share sale),
3. gifting of property
4. Trust property purchase and tax advisory
5. Deed of family arrangement – redistribution of assets of Estate
6. Force sale of property by one co-owner
For Family matters, he does both uncontested and contested matters:-
3. Deputyship Mental Capacity Act
4. Pre Nup/Post Nup
6. Protection/Maintenance Orders
Fung Peen has guided his clients who have had brushes with the law in criminal matters to achieve a fair outcome e.g. traffic offences, theft, rioting, sexual offences etc.
The mediation process is something Fung Peen has been actively involved in since its inception in the Singapore Courts and he has successfully guided many clients to reach an amicable settlement in their case.
Sharing up to-date and tailored knowledge to benefit his clients is something he also enjoys.
Divorce is a very personal matter and it affects you and your family. Divorce proceedings need not be acrimonious or too costly if you are well prepared. We help families proceed in a collaborative manner, to agree on the reasons for divorce and ancilliaries (division of assets and care of children).
Probate and Letters of Administration
Whether or not there is a Will, the family would want to consider starting the legal process of appointing the legal representative for the estate of the deceased. Once Probate or Letter of Administration is granted, the family will be able to transfer assets to the beneficaries. We guide families along each step of the way.
Mental Capacity Act applications
Where the patient has no LPA, and the family needs to manage the affairs of a patient so that they can be taken care of e.g. medical care and bills, the family may wish to have access to their bank accounts, or CPF funds or be able to rent or sell property to help defray the costs of medical treatment, medication, nursing care and other medical needs etc. The family’s best option is to apply to Family Justice Court to be appointed a Deputy to take care of such matters under the MCA. We advise families on how to prepare for the Court application, and what is required in the medical report to satisfy the court and minimise the time and cost taken.
Media & Publications
Asia Law Network: Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is not just for elderly
Asia Law Network: What you need to do when your loved one passes on
Law of Contract, Landlord and Tenant Law, Negligence organised by Hastor Property Services
Conveyancing in a Divorce organised by HSR International Realtors (24 Nov 16)
Battle of the Forms (invoice, quotation, purchase order, deliver order which forms a contract) organised by BAC Network (19 May 16)
Estate Planning: How to Love your Family organised by Sompo canopius (1 Jul 16)
Estate Planning: How to Love your Family organised by URA (1 Dec 16)
Services & Fees
We believe in being transparent about our pricing, for a accurate fee quote, please contact us at 9624 6855.
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- Personal & Family
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- Mental Capacity Act applications
- Personal Protection Order
- Debt Recovery for Companies
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