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1 hour

Contentious Probate 2018 Review

Webinar - 25th October, 1.30 - 2.30pm, Live and available on demand


Agenda


Charlotte John, of Hardwicke, and Tony Cockayne, from Michelmores LLP, will be offering a review of the key contentious probate and estates cases over the last 12 months and the lessons to be learnt, including:


Down on the farm:

Rounding up a bumper crop of proprietary estoppel cases including James v James, Thompson v Thompson, and Habberfield v Habberfield.


1975 Act claims,

Where are we now? Considering the recent decisions in Ball v Ball, Nahajec v Fowle, and Thompson v Ragget.


Where there's a Will, there's a ....contentious probate dispute: Reviewing  the issues thrown up by some of the year's most interesting probate disputes including the test for testamentary capacity, the difficulties of challenging knowledge and approval, witness formalities, and DNA testing.


About our webinars

All our webinars are broadcast live and are recorded for future listening. Our webinars use a power point viewer and audio. No cameras are used. After each webinar, a link is emailed to attendees to download the webinar to you computer and replay as you wish with no time restrictions. Each live webinar is interactive and attendees are able to type questions during the presentation. Presentation materials are emailed to attendees before the start of each live webinar.


BROADCAST LIVE

& AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

Watching this webinar will help solicitors meet the following requirements set out in the Statement of Solicitor Competence


A2 - Maintain competence and legal knowledge

A4 - Draw on detailed

       knowledge/understanding