Whether you are an expat with no relatives in Hong Kong, a local with any assets or single/ unmarried; having a Will is more likely than not going to be incredibly important.
Appointing a guardian and temporary guardians for your children is the number one reason to arrange the drafting of your wills. However, this is not the only reason. If you die and don’t have a will, then your assets fall “intestate”, meaning that the law in the country where the assets are held will be imposed. These vary from country to country, and state to state in places like the US, Australia and Canada.
Did you also know that in Hong Kong, without a Will not all your assets with be passed onto your spouse? Discover the vital important facts as to why you might need a Will in Hong Kong with our fireside style breakfast event March 31st at 8am. We will sip coffees and teas while hearing from our expert Mathew Lloyd provide insights and answer your burning questions.
Only 10 spots available with a first come first serve, plus confirming your slot the day before or we will reassign it!
Wednesday, 31 March, 2021
8:00am - 9:00am
1/F, Henley Building, 5 Queens Road Central
Coffees, tea and refreshments provided.
Advice relating to a will and/or matters of guardianship involves a service that is separate and distinct from the regulated financial advice offered by St. James’s Place.
Eleanor Coleman is the Founder and Principal of The Financial Empowerment Group (FE Group), a Financial Advisory Practice she started in 2018. Eleanor is a licensed and trusted financial adviser with 15 years of industry experience in Hong Kong, working for international banks and financial firms.
The FE Group aims to create a safe space where you can ask questions, seek help with financial planning, and feel in control of your finances no matter what stage of your career and life you are at.