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 10th Annual Melbourne Wills and Estates Conference e-book
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Pre-ordered ebooks,Wills and Succession Law,10th Annual Melbourne Wills and Estates Conference e-book
Thursday 16 & Friday 17 February 2023
 ABOUT THE BOOK

Succession lawyers have the challenging task of balancing client needs with difficult family dynamics, complicated asset structures and tax considerations. TEN The Education Network’s 10th annual wills and estates conference will address these challenges, along with other key issues which have dominated the succession law landscape in the last twelve months, including keeping superannuation trustees on the straight and narrow, family provision cases and non-biological children, as well as disappointed beneficiaries and broken promises.

Creating the Will

  • Anoint and Appoint: Key Clauses in Testamentary Trust Deeds
  • Be Careful What You Wish for: Statements of Wishes in the Firing Line
  • It’s a Small World After All: Asset Location in Wills and Estates
  • The New Frontier: Digital Currency Disposition

Financial Issues in the Succession Plan

  • Keeping Superannuation Trustees on the Straight and Narrow
  • When the Cupboard is Bare: Administration of Insolvent Estates

Managing Risks to the Succession Plan

  • In for a Penny, in for a Pound: Family Provision Claims and Non - Biological Children
  • Are Promises made to be Broken? Options for Disappointed Beneficiaries
  • Attorney Wheeling and Dealing with Estate Assets

3 Compulsory CPD Topics

  • Professional skills - Shades of Grey: Professional Responsibility for Determining Capacity
  • Practice Management & Business Skills - Electronic Documents, the Digital Age and the Succession Law Practice
  • Ethics and Professional Responsibility - Practitioner Executors Dealing with Estate Assets: Practical Ethical Dilemmas
 THE FACULTY

Bryan Mitchell, Principal, Mitchells Solicitors, Brisbane, Qld

Paul Evans, Partner, Makinson d'Apice Lawyers, Sydney, NSW

Angela Cornford-Scott, Director, Cornford-Scott Lawyers, Brisbane, Qld

Kimberley Martin, Director, WMM Law, Hobart, Tas

Nathan Yii, Principal Lawyer, Chartered Tax Advisor/SMSF Specialist Advisor, Nathan Yii Lawyers, Melbourne, Vic

David Topp, Barrister, Bank of New South Wales Chambers, Brisbane, Qld

Andrew Verspaandonk, Barrister, Victorian Bar, Melbourne

John Armfield, Barrister and Mediator, Wentworth Chambers, Sydney, NSW

Scott Whitla, Partner, McCullough Robertson Lawyers, Brisbane, Qld

Carolyn Sparke KC, Barrister, Svenson Barristers, Melbourne, Vic

Margaret Arthur, Special Counsel, HopgoodGanim Lawyers, Brisbane, Qld

Ines Kallweit, Principal, KHQ Lawyers, Melbourne

 ENQUIRIES/ASSISTANCE
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Product Code: E/PMWEFEB23
 Price:  $198.00 (Inclusive of GST)