Toh Wee Jin
Mr. Toh Wee Jin graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1990 and has been practising law in Singapore since 1991. Wee Jin has been specialising in mortgage and conveyancing work for over 20 years. He is experienced in matters relating to property transactions. He has built up close and comfortable working relationships with many leading banks. As a result of which Wee Jin is very familiar with mortgage procedures and documentation. Wee Jin also gives advice on other areas of laws including and not limited to intellectual property banking and corporate , matrimonial and general commercial matters. He especially understands the legal support that many small and medium enterprises require. Many such enterprises across various industries have sought his legal advice over the years.
B Sham Kumar
Mr. B Sham Kumar graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1994 and was called to the Singapore Bar in 1995. Sham Kumar has extensive experience in corporate work; corporate & commercial litigation; construction claims; property related litigation; insurance claims; personal injury claims; motor-vehicle accident claims; family law; probate matters; general dispute resolution (litigation/arbitration/mediation); intellectual property law in relation to prosecuting on behalf of the Attorney-General's Chambers and defending intellectual property claims. He is also well versed with private international law and has handled numerous cross border transactions ranging from international joint-ventures to mergers and acquisitions. Sham Kumar also works with our conveyancing department and gives advice to clients on a regular basis.
Ms Serina Goh graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1987 and started practising law in 1988. She is experienced in conveyancing work including all relevant laws and regulations and compliance requirements pertaining to real estate transactions. She is familiar with all aspects of the conveyancing process including the purchase and sale of private property, mortgages, direct purchases of new private property from developers, and purchase and sale of HDB properties (residential and commercial).
Mr. Michael Chong was admitted to the Singapore Bar in May 1999 and has been in private practice since June 1999. He has experience in handling employment and restraint of trade, insolvency, divorces, probate, Wills, landlord and tenancy disputes and management corporation matters. He has also been involved in hearings at the Strata Titles Board and trials in the Subordinate Courts and High Court. He also drafts agreements for clients such as employment contracts, shareholders’ agreements, sale of shares and businesses, partnership agreements and tenancy agreements. He also has vast experience in conveyancing and has acted for numerous buyers/sellers and banks in the purchase/sale and mortgage of HDB, private residential, commercial and industrial properties. He has also acted for owners in the collective sale of their private properties. He currently serves as a chairman of a condominium in Singapore.
Mr. Jeremy Chia graduated from the National University of Singapore and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2003. In the course of his practice, he has represented many individual and corporate clients, major local and foreign banks, and financial institutions in a wide range of real estate transactions including the sale and purchase of properties under construction and resale properties, part-share transfers, refinancing, and mortgage transactions. He regularly advises clients on HDB and private residential and commercial matters, and has also represented the CPF Board in relation to his clients’ use of CPF monies.
Kwee Jian Ni
Ms Kwee Jian Ni graduated from the National University of Singapore and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2011. She has also obtained a Master of Commercial Law from Melbourne Law School. She is an Associate with the firm's conveyancing department. Her experience cuts across real estate and banking and finance transactions. Her real estate experience includes acquisition of land sites for redevelopment, acting for developers in sale and purchase of residential and commercial developments, as well as the real estate aspects of banking. She has also handled matters involving landlord and tenant transactions. She is currently involved in conveyancing transactions where she acts for vendors, purchasers, borrowers, mortgagees from the major banks and other financial institutions and the Central Provident Fund Board for residential and commercial properties, including Housing & Development Board properties
Mr. Darius Lim graduated from the University of Southampton (United Kingdom) and was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 2018. He is an Associate with the firm’s litigation department. His main areas of practice are dispute resolution (litigation, arbitration and mediation), family law, and contentious and non-contentious probate proceedings.
Mr Lawrence Tan graduated from the University of Tasmania and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2014. In the course of his practice, he has represented and advised individuals, corporate clients, as well as foreign governments. He is experienced in litigation, arbitration (UNCITRAL and SIAC), corporate law and conveyancing. With respect to conveyancing matters, he is experienced in a wide range of real estate transactions. He regularly advises clients on property matters and also represents the banks and the CPF Board in connection with property transactions. He has previously worked as a legal counsel in a bank.
Ms. Tricia Heng graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the University of Exeter (United Kingdom) and was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 2020. She is currently an Associate with the firm’s conveyancing department and predominantly deals with real estate transactions.
Mr. Joey Ang graduated from the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor to the Singapore Bar in 2021. He is currently an Associate with the firm’s conveyancing department and his area of practice is in real estate transactions and advising clients on the purchase, mortgage and sale of residential properties.