How Should Lawyers Act For A Protected Person? Webinar Recording
£40.00 + VAT
This is an online video recording of our webinar from 2nd June 2021
Webinar Presented by: Gill Steel, Owner/Director, LawSkills Ltd
Premier trainer in Wills, Probate, Trusts, Tax & Elderly Client
1 hour – SRA Statement of Competence A2, A4, B1, B3, B7, C1-C3, D1 & D2
According to the Centre for Ageing Better we are living longer than ever before, and the age profile of our society is changing rapidly. The number of households where the oldest person is 85 and over is increasing faster than any other age group. This statistic impacts on the work of the private client practitioner as many older people need legal support in the management of their affairs. This webinar will explore the issues for practitioners to consider where the client is a protected person
Participants will be able to:
- Assess who is the client and what the client needs them to do
- Act professionally for that client
- Who is the client?
- Basis of authority to act – power of attorney or deputyship
- Care needs
- Financial management
- Will/statutory Will
This webinar is sponsored by Estate Search. Simplifying estate due diligence with information, insight and innovation.