Close
My Cart (0 items)

Login to TEN

Privacy Policy
Return
My Cart (0 items)
100199
Individual Podcasts
While the blended family is now a conventional scenario for succession and estate planning practitioners, there is no magic formula to be applied to the blended family estate plan. A wide variety of options exist and, in certain circumstances, that may include mutual wills. Howeve

Date/Time

About the Podcast

While the blended family is now a conventional scenario for succession and estate planning practitioners, there is no magic formula to be applied to the blended family estate plan. A wide variety of options exist and, in certain circumstances, that may include mutual wills. However, before practitioners dive into the murky waters of mutual wills they need to understand the particular scenarios in which they are (and are not) suitable and be alive to their dangers and pitfalls. In this session, Justine Taylor, Principal Director of Uther Webster and Evans in Sydney and a registered STEP trust and estate practitioner, talks through this and more as she outlines the practicalities of using mutual wills in modern Australia.

Presented By

Justine Taylor
Principal Director, Uther Webster & Evans Sydney, NSW

Justine joined Uther Webster & Evans in 2004, and holds a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Psychology.

Justine became a Partner of Uther Webster & Evans in 2015, and is now a Principal Director.

Justine’s primary practice and passion is in the area of estate planning and estate litigation, including complex wills, probate, contested estate litigation, protective list applications, general equity, estoppel and trusts. Justine also has a strong background in general practice including, crime, commercial and corporate litigation. Justine is also a member of STEP.

Since 2016, Justine has been listed by Doyles as a Recommended and Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer (NSW).

CPD Information

0.5 CPD units

Go to top