Family - Asia Law Network


Getting married? Thinking of pre-nuptial agreements? It’s important to talk this through now, than later. Marriage is a big arrangement for both parties, and it takes a lot for two people of different backgrounds to come together. There are many discussions to be made, be it way of life, financials, children, parents, these are all details which needs to be sorted out prior to making the big move. Have you both spoke about it yet? If not, it might be good to think about how a lawyer can help bring you through some of these topics with a clearer objective to get answers.

  • Separation and Divorce  

    Thinking of getting a divorce? Is it really the end of the road? A couple might get hiccups along the way but we know that life isn’t always a bed of roses. We know it’s a tough time, perhaps an objective discussion with a lawyer will be useful. Or perhaps a counsellor, you may want to check them out here.

    Once you have made a definitive answer after all the considerations, you might want to check with a lawyer the relevant time frames involved and what it takes to make the process less painful for those you love around you. A divorce, like a marriage, involves the families. You might want to know your options before making a decision.

  • Wills, Probates and Trust  

    Family planning is very important, it starts not just when you have a family, but when you start working. Have you ever thought of what might happen to your family when you pass on suddenly? What happens to your mortgage payments, your insurance, your car payments or bank accounts? We hear of horror stories, but it’s usually what happens after that affects the family the most.

    It is important to know what you need to do to make sure things go according to your plan.

    If you buy insurance, own a house, or in debt, then you are one that needs to make sure your family has something to fall back on. A will or a trust serves the purpose. It just makes things alot clearer and less messy.