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How to Navigate the Legal Complexities when Supporting Clients with Dementia

Online

These sessions will address some of the challenges within the law when helping clients with dementia with legal services so that you can feel confident in supporting their needs and ensuring you are compliant with your professional obligations. It will dispense some of the popular myths surrounding the illness and consider how we can communicate […]

£110

The Trust Register – the need to knows in 2024

Online

Due to the wide scope of the Trust Register (‘TRS’), this webinar catches not only will trusts and lifetime trusts (eg: of life policies) but also joint ownership of assets like residential property. This session will bring you up to date and will look at the latest position and how things might have changed. The […]

£55

Assessing Mental Capacity

Online

A practical webinar aimed at understanding the principals of mental capacity and how to assess capacity for clients who may lack the capacity to make their own decisions. By the end of these sessions you will be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and the legal framework, including: Definition of […]

£55

Overcoming Challenges when Drafting LPAs

Online

In this miniseries, you will learn how to draft LPAs that demonstrate real value to your clients. We will seek to overcome some of the common challenges that we face when advising clients about LPAs, so that our client will see us as their trusted advisor, recommend us and instruct us time and time again. […]

£160

The A-Z of Will Drafting

Online

Will drafting is becoming more complex due to the nature of more complicated family dynamics, tax planning and care fees planning. Practitioners need to be more aware of the interaction and use of trusts either in a person’s lifetime (‘inter-vivos’) or within a will and advise clients accordingly. Not only that but legislation changes have […]

£315