Webinar – Legal protection for a peace of mind

Chryseos Health’s Mental Health 101 webinar series

Topic: Legal protection for a peace of mind

Guest interviewee: Benedict Eoon, Associate Director, Covenant Chambers LLC. Benedict is a lawyer who has had experience in areas such as civil and commercial litigation, criminal litigation and family law.

Synopsis: You could be someone coping with a mental illness hoping for your personal matters to be well managed. Or, you could be a caregiver concerned about the welfare of those in your charge and how your own affairs could be affected. Chryseos Health chats with Benedict on how the mentioned parties can obtain the necessary legal protection for a greater peace of mind.

We chatted about –

  1. Legal cases involving persons vulnerable to exploitation or who needed to have their interests safeguarded.
  2. Legal instruments such as wills, trusts, the Lasting Power of Attorney and personal protection orders. Also, thought processes that families go through when seeking out such legal instruments.
  3. Why the “kampung spirit” is still very much needed, despite the availability of legal protection.

2 thoughts on “Webinar – Legal protection for a peace of mind

  1. https://www.lawawarenessweeks2020.com/

    The Law Awareness Weeks (LAW)@CDC is a collaboration between Law Society Pro Bono Services and the five Community Development Councils (CDCs), supported by the People’s Association, National University of Singapore Faculty of Law, Singapore Management University School of Law, Singapore University of Social Sciences and the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association.

    LAW@CDC is a nationwide effort to promote awareness and understanding of the law in the community through a series of talks, so that people living and working in Singapore may know their rights and be empowered when faced with common legal issues. This year, we are proud to have the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association (SCCA) join in this effort where 13 law awareness webinars will be aired ‘live’ online from 5 October – 13 November 2020.

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