– An introduction to our firm
YHA Law Firm
Yew Huoi, How & Associates (“YHA”) is an outstanding local Malaysian law firm dedicated to provide the best legal service to each of its discerning client. We are thoroughly versed in our core sectors of maritime, corporate and company related matters, commercial and insurance. We are trusted by our clients to resolve their most complex and complicated legal issues in the most time and cost efficient manner. Our firm is dedicated to work with our client to build our client’s business to the next level as we are here to serve our client’s legal needs for the long haul. We treasure and enjoy our long-term relationship with our client. We offer forward-thinking, long-term and viable legal resolutions, not short-sighted approaches.
Our dedication for excellence has earned the trust of our clients.
We are trusted by our
client to resolve their
most complex and
YHA specializes in the following areas. Our general litigation lawyers also cover all areas of civil and criminal litigation.
Our Practice Area
Why engage with us?
We are trusted by our client to resolve their most complex and complicated legal conundrum.
What Our Clients Say
In a nutshell, they've been very helpful and accomodative to our requests. We highly recommend their services to our business partners, associates, friends and family
News and Updates
Adultery is a legal ground for divorce. However, complication arises in proving adultery. This legal update covers proof and effect when adultery is proven as well as maintenance of wife and children.
The recent arrest of company directors and continued remand using Section 117 of the Criminal Procedure Code has sparked widespread unrest about the possible misuse of Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (“MACC”) power.
Bill of Lading in a nutshell – Frequently Ask Question
Brokerage contract or commonly known as commission agreement allows referral, agent or broker to earn a commission based on sales amount received by the principal.
ABC insurance company rejected B’s claim for cargo damage. Unhappy with the rejection, B sued ABC insurance company and the ship owner who carries its goods for negligence.
A had mistress and a wife; both of whom had given birth to a child each. A died without a will. Can the child of the mistress be entitled to succeed and inherit A’s property under the Distribution Act 1958?
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