Wills, Estate Planning, and Probate

Since its inception in 2001, Goodwins has promoted the position that every responsible individual should draw up his or her own will. Goodwins has produced in Plain English a “Guide to writing a Will”. It is available in printed form and is downloadable from our website, under the ‘Publication’ tab. It has remained a popular guide used by Financial Advisers in conveying the importance of wills to their clients.

With their experience, our lawyers are able to respond to the needs of clients, advising them in the planning of estates and the use of trusts, if applicable.

Our lawyers also advise high networth individuals on tax planning, asset preservation, provision for minors and disabled dependants while working closely with Financial Advisers and other professionals. Our lawyers also assist in probate and administration matters.

Goodwins has provided and will continue to provide training seminars on wills, trusts and their use in estate planning.


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Latest News

Making a Will: Suppose you die suddenly

Date Published: 23 June 2017

What parents need to know about drawing up a will to ensure that their children are well looked after…

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The Will to leave a Legacy

Date Published: 9 October 2016

There are many reasons why people tend to put off making a will, often because they are reluctant to face the morbid subject of their mortality…

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Providing for the People You care about

Date Published: 9 October 2016

Ms Ang Kim Lan of Goodwins Law Corporation cites a “sad case” where there was no will and the distribution was made to a beneficiary that the deceased would not have approved if he had had the choice…

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Will Your Property go to whoever you will it to

Date Published: 27 September 2015

With both my kids now in their 20s, it is timely to review my will. This will be my third review since my other half and I decided to write our wills in 1999…

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