Wilson Yeo, Director

  • Prior to his legal career, Wilson graduated with a Bachelor in Engineering (Civil) from NTU. He worked with the Land Transport Authority as a Programme Planning Engineer in projects worth more than 1 billion dollars and has experience in the construction and building industry.

  • After a midlife crisis, he wanted a change and decided to read law. He packed his bags and travelled to Australia to take up a full time law degree. He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), having obtained the top 30% in his cohort. He is a member of the Singapore Academy of Law and the Law Society of Singapore.

  • He is fluent in both English and Mandarin.

  • He is an avid sports fan, especially football and tennis. He supports the team in red (not disclosing whether United or Pool) and in his opinion, the goat of tennis is Roger Federer.

  • Wilson has appeared in both the State Courts and the Supreme Court of Singapore. Some of his cases include:

    Acted for a public listed company in the grocery industry in a criminal matter

    Acted for a food establishment in resolving a tenancy dispute in which costs were awarded at the High Court

    Advised the subsidiary of a public listed company in a tenancy dispute involving a foodcourt and a hospital

    Acted for a local company mid-way through the hire-purchase case with the High Court overturning the State Court’s decision and successfully obtained damages.

    Acted for a local construction company for another “crane-collapse” case and made submissions to the Court of Appeal.

    Acted for an elderly couple who suffered injuries due to a hit and run accident and successfully obtained damages for the couple.

    Acted for a Datuk from our friendly neighbours in a tenancy dispute case and successfully obtained damages at trial.

    Acted for the ex-wife in an acrimonious divorce case spanning 2 years and successfully obtained a favourable outcome for the ex-wife.

    Wilson has represented many local SMEs in various contractual issues and has obtained successful outcomes for his clients.

    Wilson has acted as Defence Counsel in numerous criminal cases. He successfully obtained a non-custodial sentence for the accused in a theft and trespass case. He has also successfully acted for many accused persons charged under the Road Traffic Act. He has acted for companies and individuals against the PUB and the NParks.

    Wilson is also involved in non-contentious matters involving tenancy agreements, probate, divorce and the drafting and execution of wills, trusts and lasting powers of attorneys.

    He has also made successful applications under the Mental Capacity Act for the appointment of deputies.

Ang Boon Yaw 汪文耀, Senior Associate

  • Before embarking on his legal career, Boon Yaw graduated with a Bachelor in Banking and Finance from University of London. He worked in established financial institutions such as Evercore Asia, Schroders Investment Management, Cantor Fitzgerald Singapore and Bank of America Merrill Lynch covering functions such as client onboarding, regulatory compliance and transaction monitoring.

  • Boon Yaw was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2018 and as an Australian Lawyer of the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2019 after reading law at the University of Tasmania, Australia.

  • Prior to joining Yeo Marini Law Corporation, he was the Head of the Legal and Compliance department in an established financial institution in Singapore.

  • Boon Yaw is bilingual in English and Mandarin. He is also well equipped to understand your legal concerns and is a keen listener. His experience in the legal industry includes commercial and corporate law, client due diligence, compliance, landlord-tenancy work, criminal defence litigation, general civil litigation, insolvency law and family law.

  • On the side, Boon Yaw enjoys playing badminton, cycling and swimming. Boon Yaw has also completed Ironman triathlon races in Western Australia, Singapore and Taiwan.

  • Notable Matters

    Acted for a Buy-side company in drafting and executing all the legal documents and agreements required for the buying over of a wholesale vegetable business valued at least SGD1.6 million.

    Acted for a Michelin Bib Gourmand F&B company in relation to corporate and valuation matters.

    Advised a private-dining F&B set up in resolving a tenancy dispute involving an established property development and a building construction company.

    Acted for an ex-Grab-driver charged under the Road Traffic Act and successfully obtained a favourable outcome for the ex-Grab driver.

    Acted for an Individual Creditor in relation to a loan dispute. Obtained a favourable judgment for the Creditor and succeeded in the bankruptcy application against the Debtor.

    Boon Yaw also handles non-contentious matters such as employment agreements, probate, letter of administration, deputyship application and the drafting and executing of wills and LPA (Lasting Power of Attorney).

    Professional Memberships and Appointments

    – Member, The Law Society of Singapore

    – Member, Singapore Academy of Law

Clement Yong, Consultant

  • With more than 10 years’ experience as a District Judge, Deputy Public Prosecutor, and Legal Officer with the Legal Aid Bureau, Clement is a highly motivated and experienced litigator, and his main practice areas focuses on family law, criminal law, and civil advisory matters.

  • Having graduated with a double degree in Law and Accountancy (cum laude) from the Singapore Management University, he is well versed in accounting and valuation matters. He is currently an Associate Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA).

  • As a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, Clement regularly advises on compliance and regulatory matters in this field. He has been a member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) since 2019.

  • Furthermore, he is also a certified mediator with the Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC) and sits on the Family Panel. In this capacity, he mediates family disputes involving matrimonial assets in excess of five million dollars.

  • Clement is admitted to the roll of solicitors in England and Wales, in addition to being an Ordinary Member of the Singapore Academy of Law and an Advocate and Solicitor in Singapore.

  • As a District Judge, Clement had published the following Judgments on Family Law:

    a) On child maintenance – VNG v VNH [2020] SGFC 100

    b) On child maintenance variation – VSP v VSQ [2021] SGFC 71

    c) On the welfare of children – VLI v VLJ [2021] SGFC 51 and VLI v VLJ [2021] SGFC 112

    d) On the relocation of children – UKS vs UKR [2021] SGFC 103

    e) On the custody and care and control of children – WBD v WBC [2022] SGFC 23

    f) On switching care and control of children – WEJ v WEI [2022] SGFC 51

    g) On divorce and division of matrimonial assets – VWO v VWP [2021] SGFC 108

    h) On accounting and valuation of matrimonial assets – VZD v VZE [2022] SGFC 1

    i) On family violence and Personal Protection Orders (PPO) – VYV v VYW [2022] SGFC 02

    j) On the payment of costs by a legally aided person – WEJ v WEI [2022] SGFC 73

  • As a Deputy Public Prosecutor, Clement was the Prosecutor in the following reported criminal cases:

    Drug offences

    a) LT1 consumption – PP v Nur Ellesha Shahidah [2016] SGDC 11

    b) LT2 consumption – PP v Noor Amran Bin Mohd Ismail [2015] SGDC 351

    c) Capital drug trafficking – PP v Gobi a/l Avedian [2017] SGHC 145

    d) Drug consumption and trafficking – PP v Mohamad Shahli Bin Musa [2016] SGDC 313

    Violence offences

    e) Voluntarily causing hurt – PP v Md Abu Taher Md Shahbuddin & Ors [2015] SGDC 271

    f) Voluntarily causing hurt with deadly weapon – PP v Vicknesh s/o Kuttaiyan [2015] SGDC 187

    g) Causing grievous hurt by negligent act – PP v Koh Saw Khim [2015] SGMC 38

    h) Robbery – PP v Mohammed Ridzuan Bin Hasan [2014] SGDC 247

    Unlicensed moneylending

    i) Harassing debtors – PP v Poh Chee How [2015] SGDC 330

    Bail matters

    j) Bail forfeiture – PP v Kaliamah d/o Kolanday [2017] SGDC 88


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