Welcome to Deputy Curae
Answering your questions regarding Professional Deputy/Donor appointments and Elder Law
About the PDD Scheme
In 2018 the Professional Deputies and Donees (PDD) scheme came to effect under the auspices of the Office of the Public Guardian.
Registered PDDs are qualified to be appointed to perform the role as decision makers for incapacitated persons in respect of their personal welfare, and/or property and affairs.
About Adeline Chong
Adeline Chong is an Advocate and Solicitor and has been in legal practice since 1997.
She started her boutique law firm Legal Ink Law Corporation (UEN: 201023796K) in 2010.
In 2019, in response to the need for qualified professionals to practice in the specialist field of Elder Law, Adeline was accepted to be registered as a PDD with the Office of the Public Guardian.
Our Commitment to the Community
At Deputy Curae we recognise that each case is different and warrants care and detailed attention.
Our commitment is to support the community by delivering quality Professional Deputy and Donor services promptly, effectively and with utmost professionalism.
We perform a pre-assessment exercise with you so as to ensure that the appointment of PD is a good match and fit.
Understanding Scope of Services
Transparency of service delivery:
We will provide a comprehensive understanding of the scope of our duty and services. In appropriate cases the milestones for each stage of the services will be identified.
Listen and observe:
Finding the right fit to meet your needs is a choice not to be taken light. We will conduct a preliminary assessment to ascertain your instructions and goals. This will be done through one or a few exploratory meetings with persons concerned and the potential patient.
Obtaining Court authority
Prelude to service delivery:
We will work with our trusted partners to submit the Court application for appropriate orders and directions so as to be equipped with the necessary authority to deliver our services.