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Free E-Guides Library

Let us guide you through the ins-and-outs of basic legal issues with these series of free e-guides. Whether you are preparing for your next big thing, or scaling your already established business, these are sure to be handy. Get yours now!

Legal Guide on
Property Investment in Malaysia

Legal Guide on
Foreign Investment & Local Equity Ownership

IN COLLABORATION WITH MYSTARTR

Legal Guide on
Fundraising on MyStartr Platform

Legal Guide on
Starting And Managing a Business in Malaysia

Legal Guide on
COVID-19 Retrenchment And Cutting Of Salary

Legal Guide on
Contracts


Legal Guide on
COVID-19 Contractual Obligation

Legal Guide on
Employment


Legal Guide on
Fundraising

Legal Guide on
Intellectual Property

Legal Guide on
Shareholders’ Agreement


Legal Guide on
Winding Up, Strike Off & Corporate Rescue Mechanisms

Legal Guide on
Differences between LLP and Sdn Bhd

Legal Guide on
Key Compliance Deadlines for Sdn Bhd and LLP

Legal Guide on
Types of Shares in Malaysia

Legal Guide on
Switching from Conventional Partnership to LLP

Legal Guide on
Due Diligence


Legal Guide on
Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) Compliance

Legal Guide on
Whistleblowing Compliance

Legal Guide on
Anti-Bribery & Corruption Compliance

Key Statistics of
Malaysia's Economy

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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.