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About the conference

Now in it's third year, our Elderly Client conference attracts private client lawyers from all over the UK who seek a comprehensive update on many of the legal issues surrounding the care of elderly clients.

The conference brings in elements of court of protection, will drafting, tax planning, asset protection and shaping advice you give to clients.

Paperless Conference - presentations and notes for this conference will be sent 10 days before the conference starts and available by an online link, if you have not recieved your link, please email simon.gore@sgcl.co.uk.

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Elderly Client Conference 2018

28th February, London 9am-5pm


Session 1, 9.30 - 1pm

Statutory wills update

Stephen Richards, Withers & Will East, 5 Stone Buildings

Assessing capacity - which tests do you use and why? 

Dr James Warner, Red & Yellow Care

Advance Care Planning at the end of life: Ensuring it makes a difference

Gina King, Quality Improvement Lead for South West Strategic Clinical Network, NHS England

Update on LPAs/CoP Cases

Justin Holmes, Radcliffe Chambers

Deprivation of liberty update

Mark Mullins, Outer Temple Chambers

Session 2, 1.45 - 5pm

Cross border issues involving elderly clients with mental capacity issues

Claire van Overdijk, Outer Temple Chambers

When should you depart from the “golden rule", practical implications and discussion about Will drafting consultation

Henrietta Mason, Pennington Manches & Owen Curry, XXIV Old Buildings

Tax planning issues in 2018

Harriet Brown, Tax Chambers

Advising your clients on long term care, funding and asset protection, 

Fiona Heald, Moore Blatch

5.00pm Questions and Close