UZN v UZM – Dissipation of Assets and Adverse Inference– A Lawyer’s Perspective Part 2

UZN v UZM – Dissipation of Assets and Adverse Inference– A Lawyer’s Perspective Part 2 By Susan Tay of OTP Law Corporation This is part 2 of my article on the case of UZN v UZM. In Part 1 of my article here, I gave some background on the rationale behind dividing matrimonial assets. You can read the one from the perspective of a forensic accountant, Wan Yew Fai of Strix Strategies Pte Ltd, here. Both Wan Yew Fai and I are part of PracticeForte Advisory, a multi-disciplinary grouping of professionals. We often work as a team in matrimonial cases especially when the matrimonial estate comprises of more complex portfolios like shares, equity in companies, real estates in different countries…

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UZN v UZM – Dissipation of Assets and Adverse Inference: A Lawyer’s Perspective Part 1 Rationale Behind Division of Matrimonial Assets

UZN v UZM – Dissipation of Assets and Adverse Inference: A Lawyer’s Perspective Part 1 Rationale Behind Division of Matrimonial Assets By PracticeForte co-founder Susan Tay This is my article on the case of UZN v UZM. You can read the one from the perspective of a forensic accountant, Wan Yew Fai of Strix Strategies Pte Ltd, here.In this article, I will share my perspective as a lawyer.Before I start on the case proper, I think some background on the rationale of dividing matrimonial assets may be useful.Why Should I Split My Assets with The One I Am Going to Divorce?I often hear this from clients, whether husband or wife: it is not fair, this is my money, earned solely…

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