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LawWorks Legal Primer: Advance Estate and Care Planning

By Pro Bono SG

COUNTRY

Online

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(GMT +8)

30 November 2022

7:30pm

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30 November 2022

About this event

Facing health issues is part and parcel of life but planning for end-of-life affairs and what to do when challenges happen can be daunting. It is an added worry when you have loved ones who depend on you or are concerned but unaware about what to do after the demise of a loved one. It is never too early to plan ahead for the future. The most precious gift you can leave your family is peace of mind.

Join our moderator, Liyen (Volunteer, PBSG), lawyer Patrick Tan (Founder & CEO, Fortis Law Corporation) and Patrick Tay (Assistant Secretary-General and Director of Legal Services, NTUC), as they talk about Wills and Intestacy, everything you need to know about the LPA, and answer all your questions relating to these issues, so that you can take care of your family while ensuring that your wishes are respected even after you’re gone.

This webinar is brought to you by LawWorks – a collaboration between Pro Bono SG (PBSG) and the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC).

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