Low Woon Ming (Mr)
- Qualifications: LL.B.(Hons), NUS (1991)
- Commissioner for Oaths
- Called to the Bar: March 1992
- Areas of Practice: Criminal Law, Family Law & Probate
- Languages spoke: English, Mandarin, Hokkien & Cantonese
WM Low has been in active practice since he was called to the bar in March 1992. Prior to setting up W.M Low & Partners, he was practising in M/s Khattar Wong & Partners, one of the big four law firms in Singapore.
WM Low did his Secondary and A Levels education at Raffles Institution and Raffles Junior College respectively. He is very conversant in Mandarin and other dialects. He is able to draft documents in Mandarin and liaise with lawyers from China and other jurisdiction with ease. He also has a CMT qualification issued by MTA, USA, and passed an examination on Arbitration Law & Practice conducted by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators in 1994.
WM Low was previously on the Legal Assistance Scheme for Capital Offences (“LASCO”) in 1994 and Legal Aid Assistance Scheme and acted in various pro bono matters. He has been actively involved in criminal as well as family cases.
WM Low is one of the pioneer batches of lawyers who had incorporated technology into legal practice. In his previous firm, in the year 1993, he was selected to participate in a mobile Will Scheme for taxi drivers, in which a team of lawyers and staff attended at the premises of a transport institution to provide Will drafting on the spot for taxi drivers at a subsidised rate.
WillsOnline was set up in 2003 for quicker and more efficient service for clients.
WM Low has given talks on Wills & Probate and was invited to quote and tender for Wills to be carried out for a government institution previously and again last year. He was invited by the Chief Justice to sit on the Inquiry Panel in 2015.
WM Low has dealt with experts from HSA on cases involving alleged forgery of documents and on issues involving whether the handwritten signatures were genuine or otherwise.
His experience in this area of work has enabled him to deal with both contested and uncontested probate matters.