E-Legal Health Check

Evaluate your business compliance with today's legal requirements

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What's a Legal Health Check?

Like seeing a doctor, taking this e-legal health check assessment (“Assessment”) will give you a general overview of your legal health problems. Our objective is we want you to start thinking about the various legal issues that you might face in your business in Malaysia so that you can take active steps to prevent, mitigate or solve those legal issues and risks.

This Assessment will take about 5-10 minutes of your time and after that, a report along with some general explanatory notes (“Report”) will be generated and sent to you via email within one (1) working day.

It is completely free of charge!


round 1

You Answer
Simple Questions

It will only take 5-10 minutes

round 2

We Analyze
Your Answers


Asset 3

You Receive
Your Free Report

This will usually take one (1) business day

100% FREE.

By clicking Get Started above, you are deemed to have agreed to the terms and conditions stated below.

Terms & Conditions

By taking this Assessment, you acknowledge and agree that:

  1. taking this Assessment does not create a solicitor-client relationship between you and any lawyer of Lee & Poh Partnership (LPP Law), unless a lawyer from LPP Law has been formally engaged by you as your lawyer;
  2. the content is provided for information and general knowledge purposes only and does not contain a full analysis of the law or your actual situation nor constitute legal or other professional advice. We shall not be liable to you for any losses, damages, costs or expenses which may arise in relation to your use of our Report or reliance on the content provided by our Report. If you need specific legal advice, please contact our lawyer directly;
  3. you shall not rely on the Report in making any decisions relating to your business;
  4. the questions asked in this Assessment are of a general nature only, non-exhaustive and are not specific to your business;
  5. you allow us (or our working partners) to contact you and to store your personal data and any communications you have with us for a reasonable period of time until it is no longer necessary for us to keep;
  6. we may use the contact details you provided to send you some legal updates and news regarding LPP Law. Please write to us if you do not wish to receive any of these updates or news;
  7. you shall not use this Assessment to make any confessions or admissions;
  8. you shall not provide any highly personal, commercially sensitive or incriminating/confidential information (other than your contact details) via this Assessment;
  9. this Assessment has been developed by LPP Law and all intellectual property rights (including the trade mark, copyrightable content, materials and proprietary information behind this Assessment and the Report generated from this Assessment) belong to LPP Law and/or its licensors;
  10. we may suspend or block you from further using this Assessment if you breach/are suspected to have breached any of the provisions under these terms, any applicable law or regulation or engaged in a fraudulent, abusive or illegal activity on this Assessment;
  11. you shall indemnify and keep indemnified LPP Law from any loss or damage suffered by LPP Law as a result of you relying on the Report for your business or breaching any of the terms here; and
  12. using this Assessment is also subject to our Privacy Notice and Terms of Use.

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Responsibilities of Executor:

  • Apply for and extract the grant of probate.
  • Make arrangements for the funeral of the deceased.
  • Collect and make an accurate inventory of the deceased’s assets.
  • Settling the debts and obligations of the deceased.
  • Distributing the assets.

Note for Digital Executor:
If you wish to leave your digital assets to certain people in your Will, there are important steps that need to be taken to ensure that your wishes can be carried out:

  • Keep a note of specific instructions on how to access your username and password of your digital asset.
  • You are advised to store these private and confidential information in a USB stick, password management tool or write them down.
  • Please inform your executor or a trusted person of the whereabouts of the tools so that they will have access to your digital asset.
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