Whether you are seller or buyer, bank or borrower, landlord or tenant, or concluding a divorce property settlement, read on further to understand how we can help you.
We are a family-owned and family-managed Singapore law firm. Founded in 1994, the family firm today comprises Mr Foo Yew Heng, his daughter Ms Corinne Foo Mei Li and son Mr Clarence Foo En Luen.
We began as a general practice law firm but with greater emphasis in conveyancing and property law as well as banking, finance and securities documentation. Our clients ranged from individuals, families, small medium enterprises to the major banking institutions in Singapore.
As relationships developed and our clients’ legal needs expanded over time beyond conveyancing and financing, the firm’s areas of practice grew as well. In particular, we have acted in matrimonial disputes; assisted clients in applying to the court to handle the estate of their deceased relatives; and written wills for our clients or those of their family and friends.
Our journey over the last twenty five years has taken us from our original location in DBS Building Tower II and UIC Building, both in Shenton way to our current premises in Outram Park, a shophouse at 21 Cantonment Road Singapore 089742.
We are connected with international/regional legal associations having expertise in the fields of law practised by the firm.
In his youth, he was known for his courtesy, patience, and his diligence, reviewing piles of files daily, while still making time to read British case reports to keep up with trends in law.
Today, he continues to see his regular clients from his half-century in practice and also mentor his junior partners.
As an alumnus of CHIJ, she holds fast to the motto to be simple in virtue and steadfast in duty, and she carries this same philosophy when advising her clients.
Clarence is interested in both the past and future of his profession, seeking to blend tradition and technology, valuing the wisdom derived from formal education and practical knowledge gained through experiences.