Our firm has put in place segregation procedures amongst other operational steps during this period to help combat Covid-19. This means that some of us will be working from different locations. This may cause delay in response time and affect face to face meetings. We seek your understanding. Thank you.
The twin pillar of “Building Peace, Building Expertise” are the core focuses the affiliate firms of PracticeForte Advisory wish to show in the way we serve our clients as well as in how we work amongst ourselves as professionals.
For many, the mundane business of running a professional services firm together with seeing to the need for capacity-building for value work and client servicing can be as tricky as the practice itself. Busy professionals having to do all of these may find that thinking can be conflicted and validating business decisions can get to be a lot of what you do.
PracticeForte Pte Ltd makes the case for outsourcing to us the back-office functions of firms whilst professionals focus on the delivery of service and quality to clients.
PracticeForte Pte Ltd specialises in operating the practice management and back-office functions of a niche group of independent professional advisory firms comprising, amongst others, lawyers and accountants, forensic experts. This niche group of professional advisory firms are banded together under the brand name: PracticeForte Advisory.
PracticeForte Advisory has experienced lawyers in areas, amongst others, of corporate and commercial litigation; matrimonial and family practice; general corporate and commercial matters. In our midst are also expert accountants in areas of tax, forensics and business advisory; forensic investigators and computer forensics for digital investigations. Our latest additions include counsellors, therapists, mediators. The Advisory have affiliates in Belgium, Philippines and Singapore.
Let the series take the form of a portable, always-accessible help centre as you listen to this multidisciplinary experience in private and at your own convenience.
OUR FEEDBACK ON LAW REFORMS
We are a group of small professional practices that are:
- members of a ‘best-friends’ network of law practices, accountants, private investigators and counsellors known as PracticeForte Advisory
- members of SAL FLIP
The Law Practitioners in this group comprise of lawyers in all categories of seniority ranging from less than 1 PQE to 32 PQE. We also have amongst us, Parenting Coordinators, Child Representatives, Family Mediators, Financial Counsellors, Social Workers and Family Counsellors and Therapists.
We meet regularly to provide proposals to the government as well as non-governmental organisations for changes in the law.
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ADVERSE INFERENCE? For the longest time, the application of adverse inference has puzzled lawyers and their clients alike. When a spouse has been found to have hidden assets, refusing to disclose assets or just blatantly lied about their assets, how can the other spouse take a fair and equitable share in those assets.
What really is adverse inference? How is it applied by the courts? Is it just a percentage plugged from the air?
In a recent court of appeal case of UZN v UZM, we found the answer. And in this training, our lawyers and forensic accountant will show you how. Understanding adverse inference and then presenting your case to the court with the appropriate approach may mean a difference of hundreds of thousands in a party’s share of the matrimonial assets. In UZN v UZM, the wife’s share was increased from about S$760,000 to S$1.3m. So sign up now!
PracticeForte Advisory affiliate and co-founder of PracticeForte Susan Tay will be sharing at ALSA ON-TOP on “Take your leadership to the next leve: Be a mindful Leader” on 27 February!