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What happens when one fails to do proper financial planning?One man in Singapore learned this the hard way, facing potential losses of $205,000 due to a series of puzzling decisions that unfolded during his divorceIn the beginning, there was a plan for the man's former wife's share of their Housing Board flat. Instead of using $205,000 borrowed from a female companion to pay off the HDB mortgage directly, the man deposited the entire sum into his wife's Central Provident Fund (CPF) account. The wife was instructed to use part of the funds to settle the loan, keeping around $80,000 for herself.However, the plot thickens when the wife discovers her husband's involvement with another woman, leading to a divorce. Surprisingly, the husband did not pursue his claim on the flat during the divorce proceedings, resulting in the flat going entirely to the ex-wife.#legaltings #singaporelaw #singaporecriminallaw
How a businessman lost over $12.5 million over 8 years because of this...In a recent case at the Singapore High Court, a successful Chinese businessman, FM Wang, sued Citibank Singapore for alleged investment losses exceeding $12.5 million.Despite Wang's claims of relying on the bank's managers and being unaware of the losses, the court dismissed his case. Wang's failure to read documents, contradictory statements, and evidence led to the dismissal. The case highlights the importance of understanding financial documents before signing and the gravity of one's signature in legal proceedings.It serves as a reminder that claims of ignorance may not hold against contradictory evidence.#legaltings #civilcase #singaporelaw #singaporelawyer #civilcasesingapore #lawinsingapore
Tips for Parents to Protect Your Family Assets:1. Avoid registering the property in the child's name
2. Acquisition of property should be well before the marriage
3. Parents should cover property-related expenses#legaltings #protectingfamilyassets #divorcelaw #singaporelaw

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