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Design Your Life 3.0 is a series of sharing sessions that hope to encourage one to enter their next phase of life with purpose.

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In this presentation, we will share the advantages of leaving behind a Will and the consequences of not doing so. We will also outline the essential components of a valid Will and examine some common structures and gifts, including gifts to charitable organizations. We will end with an overview of the Lasting Power of Attorney and the Advance Medical Directive, what purpose they serve and how they defer from Wills.

Participants will gain useful knowledge of the various options and legal instruments available in planning for how their assets and affairs will be managed in the event of their deaths or incapacities.

The talk will comprise the following sections:

A. Why execute a Will? What happens if I do nothing?

B. What information has to be included in a Will?

C. Charitable gifts – are they valid?

D. Lasting Power of Attorney

E. Advance Medical Directive

F. Q&A


Christopher is a dual-qualified Partner at Kennedys Legal Solutions. He qualified in England in 1994 (non-practising) and in Singapore in 1995.

Christopher advises clients on a wide spectrum of legal issues on both contentious and non-contentious matters. The range of matters includes commercial litigation, company law, landlord and tenant, property-related claims, contentious probate matters, arbitration and mediation, corporate advisory, transactions and compliance, and employment and immigration matters.

He speaks regularly at industry seminars and is a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is also an accredited associate mediator with the Singapore Mediation Centre.

Christopher is a member of the Advisory Committee of a Government Secondary School and his key responsibilities include looking after the welfare and financial needs of students from low-income families.


Ms Irene Chong:


A fundraising initiative by Society for the Aged Sick (SAS) volunteers to raise funds and awareness for the Home through meaningful sharing of topics that enhance one’s quality of life.

Inspired by SAS Founder Ms Teresa Hsu‘s spirit of lifelong learning, this series of talks will focus on health and wellness, planning for life transitions, art appreciation and more.


Your donation will help the less privileged elderly to continue receiving care in the nursing home.


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