Panel of Solicitors for the Legal Aid Department

Ms NGAN Hiu Ting is the Partner of Li, Ngan & Co. Solicitors and she was admitted as Solicitor of the High Court of Hong Kong in 2014. She did her bachelor’s degree of Social Sciences (Criminal Justice) in the University of Hong Kong and completed a Master of Science in Psychology from the California Coast University (USA). After working as a secondary school teacher for a few years, Ms Ngan headed for a Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies from the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) and completed a Juris Doctor and Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at The Chinese University of Hong Kong in years of 2009 and 2010 respectively. Currently, she is doing a Master of Laws at the University of South Wales (UK) via distance learning.

Ms. Ngan is on the panel of Solicitors for the Legal Aid Department of criminal matters, matrimonial/family law, employee compensation, personal injury, medical negligence, and land disputes and has participated in cases related to the Hague Convention on the Abduction of Children, which involved parental abduction of children in and out of the country. In addition, she provides legal advice to clients concerning marriage or relationship breakdown, drafts pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, separation deeds and divorce agreements, and assists to delete non-biological father’s name on birth certificate. Ms Ngan is also experienced in handling void marriage petition, unreasonable behavior divorce petitions, litigation regarding the validity of the Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA), applying for Guardianship Order, Debt-related legal advices, employees’ violations of fiduciary duties such as conflict of interests and breach of confidentiality, applications for Dependent Visas, Company, Shares and Property transfers Due Diligence Check, Building Mortgages, Re-mortgage of public housing flats/HOS units, handling landlord-tenant dispute cases, Adverse Possession, cases involving investigations by the Independent Commission Against Corruption, Immigration Department or Police Force, traffic crime cases, criminal defense or mitigation, probate application for Hong Kong residents who have died outside Hong Kong, civil litigation and debt claims, etc. In criminal matters, Ms. Ngan has handled traffic offences, assaults, injury to others, theft, handling stolen goods, investigations and litigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption, fraud offences, immigration-related cases such as the employment of illegal workers, and drug-related cases such as possession of drugs and drug trafficking, etc.

In order to provide legal services to people who lack sufficient resources, Ms. Ngan is on the panel of Solicitors for the Legal Aid Department of criminal matters, matrimonial/family law, employee compensation, personal injury, medical negligence, and land disputes. If you need assistance in handling the above cases and are eligible for the legal aid, please contact us. A victim with less financial resources who has a high possibility of getting compensation is suggested applying for legal aid to secure the interest he/she ought to have. H.T. Ngan & Co. is open to inquires about evaluating damages arising from the work injury, employee’s compensation, traffic accident, medical incident and a third party’s negligence. Regarding matrimonial litigation, people who are in financial difficulties may also apply for legal aid. Successful applicants to legal aid will receive a solicitor from the Legal Aid Department as the representative in the proceedings and further formalities. Aided parties may choose their preferred lawyers who are on the legal aid penal. Our firm is willing to assist those who wish to apply for legal aid. A victim with less financial resources who has a high possibility of getting compensation is suggested applying for legal aid to secure the interest he/she ought to have. H.T. Ngan & Co. is open to inquires about evaluating damages arising from the work injury, employee’s compensation, traffic accident, medical incident and a third party’s negligence. Regarding matrimonial litigation, people who are in financial difficulties may also apply for legal aid. Successful applicants to legal aid will receive a solicitor from the Legal Aid Department as the representative in the proceedings and further formalities. Aided parties may choose their preferred lawyers who are on the legal aid penal. Our firm is willing to assist those who wish to apply for legal aid. Please call or WhatsApp Mr. Lam at 69776708 for a consultation session and fee quote.

Moreover, Ms. Ngan is a Solicitor on the Duty Lawyer Scheme Panel who would provide free legal advice at Home Affairs Department District Offices and attend Magistrates’ Courts for defendants. Ms. Ngan has a passion in community service. She is also a Pro bono Lawyer for Hong Kong Family Welfare Society.

Having an enthusiasm to promote legal knowledge, Ms. Ngan was also a part-time lecturer in the Community College of City University of Hong Kong, School of Continuing Education of the Hong Kong Baptist University and Hong Kong Institute of Technology.

Our professional staff assist clients with passion and competence. If you are interested in our services, please contact us for preliminary consultation by appointment. In view of the complexity of the corporate, commercial and consumer laws, we have designed our Annual Business Legal Retainer Scheme particularly to assist SMEs to easy access the necessary legal services without worrying about the high legal costs.

We have formed an association with Francis Kong & Co., Solicitors. Mr. Kong is a CHINA APPOINTED ATTESTING OFFICER who are authorized by the Ministry of Justice of the People’s Republic of China to attest and certify acts, matters and documents of legal significance occurring or emanating from Hong Kong for the use in the mainland China:

  • Declarations;
  • Certification;
  • Witnessing of execution of legal documents;
  • Certification of original and duplicate documents and
  • Certification of legal facts including company particulars and resolutions of directors