Acted on behalf of a chairlady of a listed company in Hong Kong. The size of the family asset is over HK$1billion. As the majority of the family assets are held under a Cayman Islands trust, complicated legal issues were involved.
Acting on behalf of a dependent making a monetary claim under the Mental Health Ordinance against the committee of a mentally incapacitated Person, being an extremely well known entrepreneur.
Acting on behalf of a client in her taxation proceedings against a top tier international law firm.
Hong Kong SAR, 2010
‘How Enduring Power of Attorney works in Hong Kong and why it is useful’, Mar 2022, co-author
‘Enforcement and recognition of matrimonial orders between Hong Kong and the Mainland’, Feb 2022, co-author
‘Hong Kong and Singapore: Relocation in the time of Covid’, June 2021, co-author
‘The financial (In)security of a mistress on the death of her benefactor’, November 2020, co-author
‘The Risk of Dealing with Your Assets Prior to Divorce’, August 2020, author
‘How to improve your relationships during a global pandemic’, July 2020, author
‘Planning ahead in times of the Coronavirus’, March 2020, co-author
‘Managing incapacity in Hong Kong’s ageing population’ - STEP Journal, January 2020, co-author
‘Divorcing husbands claiming maintenance from wives’ - Hong Kong Economic Times, November 2017, author
‘Legal Eye: Why you should make a will to protect girlfriends and concubines’ - South China Morning Post, December 2014, co-author
Hong Kong Family Law Association
Law Society of Hong Kong
Protecting ones’ wealth in the event of a divorce, Dec 2021
Financial Issues on Divorce and Practical Tips in handling divorce cases, Jun 2021
How one should prepare for 2021, Mar 2021
Uncovering hidden assets in divorce proceedings, Nov 2020
Webinar for Law Asia: Moot Competition, Oct 2020
Withers webinar: Impact on divorcing couples during and after the pandemic, Aug 2020
Managing Incapacity, Jun 2020
Managing Incapacity in collaboration with JLT, May 2020