Yue-En Chong
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Yue-En is a Legal Counsel that heads the Mental Capacity & Legacy Planning Department of the firm where he promotes a holistic approach to safeguarding his client’s interest in the event of mental incapacity, serious illness, and death. He understands the importance of crafting specially tailored Lasting Powers of Attorneys and the specific needs of Deputies. To date, he has argued many successful Mental Capacity Applications before the Family Justice Court. Yue-En also has great experience in Matrimonial and Divorce work, finding creative solutions on child custody, care and control and access matters.

Matrimonial lawyer’s view on the TSH v TSE case for contest of child custody in England and Singapore
Divorce and Child Custody,Personal

Reading Time: 11 minutesLawyer Yue-En Chong from Dorothy Chai and Mary Ong Law Practice shares his personal views on the case of TSH v TSE. *Nothing in this article should be considered or be constituted as legal advice. TSH v TSE M is a 5-year old boy born in London who was brought to Singapore to be cared […]

Postnuptial Agreement in Singapore
Divorce and Child Custody,Personal

Reading Time: 5 minutesYou may have read about the fancy prenuptial agreements signed by famous Hollywood couples or read about the fallout from the divorce when a couple has no agreement in hand. But did you know about postnuptial agreement? What is it and is it necessary? What is a postnuptial agreement in Singapore? A postnuptial agreement is […]

Why you might consider making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) when making your will
Personal,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 7 minutesThree pillars to a strong and happy family Unity. Harmony. Clarity. These are the three pillars of a strong and happy family. Even when the family faces a crisis, e.g. when a member loses his mental capacity or passes away, having a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in addition to a Will ensures that the […]

Estate planning – Creating, preserving and distributing your estate in Singapore when you pass
Personal,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 5 minutesWhy do we need Estate Planning? Estate planning is not exactly a topic that anyone likes to talk about, given that it may be taboo as we are making plans based on the demise of a loved one or yourself. Or, we might think about it when we hear about or see someone going through difficulties due […]