How do you protect and provide for them after you are gone? All of us plan for our household & medical expenses, buying a house, planning for retirement and our children’s education. Some even prepare for their children’s marriage. But most forget or ignore estate planning.
When it comes to estate planning, many people think it is only for the wealthy. Estate planning isn’t just for the super-rich looking to set up complex trusts and elaborate wills distributing their wealth when they die.
Everyone should have an estate plan in place, no matter how much money they have. This is because, no matter how much money you have, you never know when something might happen, and you will need to have a plan in place.
Estate planning isn’t just about writing your Will.
An estate plan can include a Will, Power of Attorney, and a Lasting Power of Attorney. These are all essential documents that can help to ensure that your wishes are carried out after you die or are no longer able to make decisions for yourself.
If you do not have an estate plan, your loved ones will have to go through the difficult probate process. This can be lengthy and expensive, and it is one that your loved ones would rather not go through.
You have worked your whole life to establish your estate; why not take the time to protect it.
A proper estate plan will protect your loved ones from having to deal with the troubles and costs involved with the probate court.
We make Estate Planning easy to understand.
We offer guidance to help simplify the process for your loved ones. No matter the size of your estate, we provide an entire plan designed for your individual needs.
With more than 10 years of experience in the financial industry, Susan Tan, who joined us from one of the leading corporate and investment banks in Singapore, provides invaluable expertise and knowledge in corporate secretarial.
She is conversant and familiar with the local regulations and requirements for business entities in Singapore.
As a member of our team, Susan is responsible for maintaining and updating the Company’s statutory registers and records, filing all necessary documents and forms with the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA), Ad-hoc assignments such as allotment and transfer of shares, amendment of Company’s Constitution and submission of Annual Return to ACRA.
Apart from corporate secretarial work, Susan has considerable experience and expertise in compliance advisory matters, making her a valuable member of our firm.