This article was authored by Yet Ngo Foo.
In a series of podcasts, solicitors and barristers from Expatriate Law will interview leading family lawyers from other jurisdictions around the world. The podcasts will allow expat clients an overview of the family laws that will apply in the country in which they live.
In this edition, Alexandra has interviewed Yet Ngo Foo of Y.N. Foo & Partners. Yet is a highly respected international family lawyer based in Kualia Lumpur, Malaysia. She has practices in the area of family law since 1996 and focuses on cases with an international element, advising expatriates on a range of subjects in Malaysia. Further, she has sat on the working committee of joint Bar Council/Attorney General Chambers to reform the Malaysian Law Reform (Marriage & Divorce) Act 1976 and has been amicus curiae on behalf of the Malaysian Bar Council in a number of landmark cases in family law. Read her full biography on the IAFL website.
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