PRACTICE AREAS

LO SIAW CHING & PARTNERS is a law firm based in Malacca, operating under the nature of sole proprietorship. Our lawyer provides legal advice to individual, companies, society and public as a whole in solving their day to day problem in the legal way.

Apart from the above, our law firm is also providing legal services and specializing in various area of law, particularly as follows:-

Sale and Purchase Agreement

Protect the interest for both Vendor and Purchaser in selling and purchasing a property

Wills

To Allocate and distribute your assets according to your wishes

Adoption Matter

To adopt a child or children legally under the Adoption Act 1952

Family Law Matter

Mutual Divorce Petition, Unilateral Divorce Petition, Resealing Court Order Issued by Courts outside Malaysia

Debts Recovery Matter

Letter of Demands Against Debtors, Civil Actions Against Debts

Discharge of Charge

To discharge your individual document of title from the financial institution

Drafting Agreements

Safeguard the interest of both parties and to prevent parties from future disputes

Probate and Administration

Application of Grant of Probate and Application of Letter of Administration

OTHER SERVICES

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Our lawyer will respond to your inquiry soonest possible.

LEGAL UPDATE

6. Jun
Property tax exemption for Malaysians for disposal of up to three properties

Property tax exemption for Malaysians for disposal of up to three properties

Stamp duty exemption will be provided on the transfer of property and loan agreement for the purchase of home between RM300,000 and RM2.5mil. The exemption on the instrument of transfer is limited to the first RM1mil of the home price while full stamp duty exemption is given on loan agreement effective for sales and purchase agreements signed between June 1 to May 31, 2021. Real property gains tax (RPGT) exemption for Malaysians for disposal of up to three properties between June 1, 2020 and Dec 31, 2021.
31. Dec
Divorced Dad could be charged for contempt of court for refusing to pay maintenance for children

Divorced Dad could be charged for contempt of court for refusing to pay maintenance for children

PETALING JAYA: Family law practitioners say aggrieved ex-wives can seek leave from courts to start contempt proceedings against their ex-husbands who fail to pay for maintenance of the children until they have completed their tertiary studies. Lawyer Sharmila Sekaran said this applies to any situation where a court grants an order and that person does …