I’ve Been Given A Summons! (Kena Saman!)

Traffic summons (saman). Little bits of paper that have the power to spoil your mood instantly on sight. Getting a traffic summons is, from first and . . .

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Malaysian Drivers & Traffic Offenses

So what does Team BurgieLaw do in their free time? We spy on people and throw wild potato parties! (Ha just kidding. If only we could.) Instead, we . . .

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Malaysian Bar Council Plans Mandatory CPD

The Malaysian Bar Council Will Table A Motion For Mandatory CPD After three unsuccessful attempts, the Malaysian Bar Council is once again pushing for mandatory . . .

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Insight To Internship

Here’s our first ever guest post by aspiring young lawyer, Lo Khai Yi, who provides a personal insight into internship at a law firm. The BurgieLaw . . .

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Is Using Legal Document Templates, A Good Idea?

This week we’re asking: is using legal document templates, a good idea? Acquiring legal counsel is necessary to protect one’s business while remaining in accordance . . .

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Wills & Estates: Creating A Legacy For Your Loved Ones

Will writing is a spooky topic for many people. It’s the kind of thing you normally associate with the elderly, terminally ill and really bad . . .

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Divorce: Entitlements & Misconceptions

Following from our last post on divorce procedures, here is a brief overview on entitlements and misconceptions about divorce.

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Divorce Procedures

In Malaysia, divorce procedures are different for Muslims and non-Muslims. For non-Muslims, there are in general, two types of divorce – mutual consent and unilateral. . . .

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How To Write A Will

In our last post, we established that wills aren’t spooky ghost papers or indicators of impending doom and having a will is a better option . . .

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You’re Fired!

You woke up and got dressed. Nasi lemak and teh tarik for breakfast. Drove through the god awful morning traffic and made it to work . . .

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