Seminar | Protecting Family Legacies | Hong Kong

12 September 2023 | Applicable law: Hong Kong

Time: HKT15:00 - 20:00 
Venue: Withers office, 30/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway, Hong Kong

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There are many ways to help cement your family's legacy for the next generation - whether it is to safeguard your family's wealth in the event of a marital breakdown, or setting up a family office and addressing potentially complex issues on succession and governance to reconsidering your estate plan at different stages of life.

Please join us for an afternoon seminar on 12 September, as our international panel of speakers from Hong Kong, Singapore, the UK and the US examine how you can implement effective wealth strategies to better protect yourselves against the unknown. 

If you are interested to attend, please click here to register. 


3:00 PM – Registration

3:30 PM – Session 1 | Marriage in Distress

Do international prenuptial or postnuptial agreements actually work to protect family wealth from division?


  • Janice Chang | Hong Kong


  • Claire Blakemore | London
  • Ivan Cheong | Singapore
  • Jocelyn Tsao | Hong Kong
  • Samantha Klein | Los Angeles

 4:30 PM – Coffee break

 5:00 PM – Session 2 | US Expatriation: adapting to new circumstances

Moving mountains.. what one needs to know should they decide to renounce their US citizenship and/or relocate to a new country? What proper estate planning tools should be put in place?


  • Alex Chung | Hong Kong
  • Lian Fang | New York

 6:00 PM – Session 3 | Setting up Family Offices in Asia: Key points to watch out for in Singapore and Hong Kong

A deeper dive into the key considerations of setting up Family Offices, including structuring issues and how it ties in with succession planning.


  • Deirdre Fu | Hong Kong
  • Yong Sheng Hon | Singapore

 7:00 PM – Networking drinks

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