FB LIVE: Dialogue session with our lawyers on Family Law - Matrimonial Challenges
We are going live on Facebook on Friday 29 May 2020 at 9pm to have a chat with everyone on some of the commonly asked questions on Family Law - Matrimonial Challenges.
If you have any questions on this topic, feel free to email us ([email protected]) the questions before the Facebook Live session to remain anonymous, or you can ask us questions during the Facebook Live session!
Family Law - Matrimonial Challenges:
- Matrimonial Assets
Join us on Facebook Live at Fortis Law Corporation Facebook page: www.facebook.com/FortisLawSG
As Wealth Advisors, apart from having a deep knowledge of financial and insurance products, learning about real estate in Singapore would be advantageous as some clients may consider property investment as a form of diversification to their portfolio.
In this webinar, we aim to share the different ways an individual can own a property or purchase a property for their loved ones. Our speaker, Mr Patrick Tan, CEO and Founder of Fortis Law, he will share on the legal aspects on ownership of properties and his experience working with clients on the sale and purchase of properties.
Electronic signatures are increasingly ubiquitous in today’s inter-connected and digital world but there are still categories of documents which have been wholesale excluded from being electronically signed.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the following considerations:
• What is an Electronic Signature?
• Use of Electronic Signatures in Practice (with a focus on Real Estate)
• Excluded Matters - Documents that cannot be signed electronically (with a focus on Real Estate)
• Signing documents physically in the age of COVID-19
There is, in many companies, already a culture of line managers working closely with HR while taking on people management responsibilities. However, it was also clear that line managers feel vulnerable about taking on more of what they see as traditional aspects of the HR-role - such as dealing with poor staff performance and harassment at the workplace without direct access to HR support and additional training and knowledge in areas of Employment law.