|Speaker||Kate Price, Joseph Acutt, Rachael Hocking, Stephen Hardy|
|Date||18 Jun 2020|
Substantive Law: 4.0
Wills & Estates Half Day Conference Bundle
The Probate Office and COVID-19 – Supreme Court Update
This session will discuss recent changes and updates to the Probate Office and will discuss how this may affect you during the pandemic. This session will also cover recent changes to the Trusts, Equity and Probate List and how the Court is operating during COVID 19.
This session will discuss:
Presented by: Kate Price, Deputy Registrar – Common Law Division, Deputy Prothonotary, Supreme Court of Victoria
Joseph Acutt, Senior Lawyer – Trusts, Equity and Probate List, Supreme Court of Victoria
Impacts on Executors During COVID-19
Executors and administrators are facing some significant challenges during COVID-19 however it is critical that the administration of estates continues to be dealt with in a timely manner and that the estate isn’t left exposed or vulnerable to challenge.
This session will discuss the challenges executors are facing during COVID-19 and the critical considerations that an executor will need to take into account. This session will include:
Presented by: Daniel Kelliher, LIV Accredited Specialist - Wills & Estates, Eastern Bridge
Protecting Vulnerable Clients During COVID-19
This session will consider the most vulnerable clients and will discuss the warning signs to be aware of and the ways in which you can protect them. This session will include:
Presented by: Rachael Hocking, Senior Associate, KHQ Lawyers
Witnessing Documents for Wills & Estates Lawyers – COVID-19
This session will discuss the current legislative requirements surrounding document witnessing and will discuss the new approaches and measures introduced to the witnessing of documents during COVID-19. This session will cover the following:
Presented by: Stephen Hardy, General Manager - Estate Planning, Equity Partners
A must for all Wills & Estates Practitioners practicing during the COVID 19 pandemic.
What is included:
* This Webcast does not allow WA practitioners to claim CPD points