Legal Services

General Services

Certified True Copy

A certified true copy is a copy of an original document that has been verified by a qualified professional as being a full copy of the original document.

 

Civil Celebrant of Marriages

A civil celebrant is a solicitor empowered by the Immigration Department to celebrate marriages at any time and almost any place.

 

Deed Poll

In Hong Kong, you can change your name (or the name of your child) at any time by way of a deed poll. A deed poll is generally required if a person wishes to apply to have his or her name changed officially.

Deed of Guardianship

A deed of guardianship is a legal document allowing parents (or current legal guardians) of a minor (aged 17 years old or below) to appoint, in advance, family members, and friends (or any other people) to act as the legal guardians for their child in the event of their death.

Statutory Declaration

A statutory declaration is a formal statement made to declare that something is true to the best knowledge of the person making the said declaration. It has to be witnessed in the presence of a solicitor, commissioner for oaths, or notary public.

Will

A will or testament is a legal document by which a person, the testator, expresses their wishes as to how their property is to be distributed at death, and names one or more persons, the executor, to manage the estate until its final distribution.

Civil and Criminal Litigation

Commercial Litigation

We provide our clients with practical and creative legal advice that focuses on achieving their strategic objectives using cost-effective methods.

Fraud and Assets Tracing

Our firm has extensive experience handling asset recovery claims arising from cyber fraud, internet scams, frauds, thefts and other types of commercial crimes.

Criminal Defence

We specialise in all aspects of criminal defence, from initial police questioning through court proceedings up to appeal stage.

Employment Disputes

We regularly advise both employers and employees on a full range of employment-related issues in Hong Kong.

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