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  • Access to our complete webinar programme for 2022, with 12 hours of insight into a range of topics.
  • The LawSkills Digest – Keep up to date with pressing topics in Wills, Probate, Trusts, Tax and Elderly & Vulnerable client law, with quality insights from Gill Steel and her team, sent monthly as a PDF.

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Webinars Presented by Gill Steel, Owner/Director, LawSkills Ltd Premier trainer in Wills, Probate, Trusts, Tax & Elderly Client

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  • Trust Registration Developments – 5 January 2022
  • Using Family Investment Companies Instead Of Trusts – 2 February 2022
  • The Bank of Mum & Dad & Funding Property Purchases – 2 March 2022
  • A Year In The Life Of A Trust – 6 April 2022
  • IHT Mitigation Tips – 4 May 2022
  • Adult Health & Social Care Funding – Considerations for the professional Deputy – 1 June 2022
  • An Introduction To Personal Injury Trusts – 6 July 2022
  • CGT Principal Private Residence Relief – A Refresher – 3 August 2022
  • Drafting Wills For Farmers – 7 September 2022
  • Reducing The Risk Of Incorrect Distributions In Estate Administration – 5 October 2022
  • Intestate Estates – An Introduction – 2 November 2022
  • Wills & Mental Capacity Assessments – 7 December 2022

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If you are looking for an easy and inexpensive way to keep up to date with pressing topics in Wills, Probate, Trusts, Tax and Elderly & Vulnerable client law, with quality insights from Gill Steel and her team, why not subscribe to our LawSkills Monthly Digest?
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May 2022 Digest Overview


  • Will admitted to probate despite absence of copies – Cooper v Chapman [2022] EWHC 1000

  • Discounted value of minority interest by executrix – Harley v Harley [2022] SC Per 14


  • TRS update
  • Consultation on income tax exemption for low income trusts and estates – extension to all types of income not just savings income
  • EU Sanctions on Russian-connected trusts – STEP Guidance


  • IHT 400 unnecessary when taxable estates are of nil value – letter from HMCTS
  • Overseas marriages where spouse under 18 no longer recognised in England & Wales – Marriage and Civil Partnership (Minimum Age) Act 2022
  • Trusts and Estates Newsletter – April 2022
  • New HMRC Guidance for form IHT 100
  • IHT interest rates rise from 24 May 2022

Elderly & Vulnerable

  • LPA reform proposals MoJ final response 19 May 2022
  • Attorney of vulnerable father gets suspended sentence for stealing his money
  • Council forced to repay care home top-up fees – Local Government & Social Care Ombudsman v Stockport Council