Live Webinar: Shared Accommodation and the Elderly – What Estate Planning Issues Does that Create?

 

Date:    Friday 22nd February 2019 – Online: 
Vic, NSW, ACT, Tas: 11am to 1pm  SA: 
10:30am to 12:30pm  WA: 8am to 10am 
NT: 9:30am to 11:30am  Qld: 10am to 12noon

 ABOUT THE WEBINAR
Shared accommodation arrangements involving the elderly, such as ‘granny flats’, are often entered into with the best of intentions. However, there are a host of legal issues which arise from the many permutations of those kinds of arrangements. Lawyers can help their client to discover that what might at first sight seems uncomplicated, is actually littered with potentially adverse legal outcomes, depending upon the choices the client may make. This session examines these complexities and how they impact the estate plan. It covers:

  • Shared accommodation with families and friends:

    • Anticipating the issues and making agreements

    • Consequences for pensions, estate planning, tax, and making agreements

  • Shared accommodation and carers:

    • Advance planning

    • Making wills including testamentary reward

    • Recognising the risk of future claims [estoppel + family provision] on the estate

    • Superannuation, mutual support and the interdependent relationship

 PRESENTER
Our presenter

Rodney Lewis, Senior Solicitor, Elderlaw – The Legal Firm, Sydney

From a general commercial law practice, in the late 1990’s Rodney developed a special focus in Elder Law. He contributed to introducing that part of legal practice to New South Wales through the University of Western Sydney course in Elder Law in 1999 and the publication of articles, presentation of seminars and the publication of the first comprehensive practice text, Elder Law in Australia, Lexis Nexis, 2nd edn, Sydney 2012.

He is now part of the firm Elderlaw-the legal practice, in Martin Place, Sydney and a member of the NSW Law Society’s Elder Abuse Working Group.  Rodney’s main current project is a proposal to criminalise elder abuse to facilitate access to justice for people in rural remote and regional areas who otherwise may not be able to afford legal remedies.

 WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This webinar is suitable for lawyers throughout Australia who advise in estate planning matters. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

 CPD CERTIFICATE

Live webinar delegates will receive a CPD certificate for attendance at this webinar.  Lawyers can claim up to 2 CPD units/points – substantive law.  This webinar has been designed to run for 2 hours, however, webinar lengths can vary depending on the level of questions and discussion, and the minimum length of the webinar is 1.5 hours.

 ENQUIRIES/ASSISTANCE
If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Webinar Coordinator, Lisa Tran on (03) 8601 7709 or email: lisa@tved.net.au

Attending a TEN webinar couldn’t be easier. Basically it’s just like attending a seminar except that you don’t have to leave the comfort of your office or home. You just need to be available at the appointed date and time with your computer and internet connection.

Once you’ve registered for the webinar, we send you a link so that you can login to the webinar from your computer. The speaker delivers the session from their computer in real time. Just like a live seminar, you can ask questions of the speaker. You simply type your question into the question box and the speaker responds to it during question time.
At the end of the webinar session we send you a certificate to confirm your attendance and the number of CPD hours you earned.

You will need a computer with sound, an internet connection and earphones if you need to participate in the webinar in an open office environment (so you don’t disrupt those around you).

Product Code: RBTFEB19
 Price:   $264.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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