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Part 1. Avoiding Problems with making wills Part 2. The use of the N-CPR 1987 in Contentious Matters Part 3. The effect of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 on probate litigation Part 4. Contested Probate Claims Part 5. Applications to rectify wills Part 6. Applications to remove/substitute personal representatives Part 7. Costs in Probate Claims SPEAKER Keith Biggsis now a Probate Consultant but was the District Probate Registrar at Winchester. Keith has over 40 years’ experience in probate matters with over 20 years as a Registrar and 12 as a consultant since retirement from the registry. Keith has extensive teaching experience having lectured in this field since…Find out more »
This session will provide a review of current issues in Wills, Administration of Estates and Trusts together with developments from the Court of Protection and the OPG. The precise content of this session will depend on developments over the next few months but will look at recent case law and statutes and examine the implications for private client practitioners. It will include the latest on the Residence Nil Rate Band and EU Succession Regulation. SPEAKER Professor Lesley King is the Private Client Practice Head at the College of Law, Bloomsbury. She is co-author of Wills, Taxation and Administration: A Practical Guide by Barlow, King and King and…Find out more »
1. Varying Disposition of Estates This session will consider the most common ways of varying the disposition of estates: post-death variations and IHTA 1984, s144. Post-death variations are familiar to practitioners but there are a number of traps. This session will look at the traps and will highlight some more unusual uses of post-death variations. The introduction of the residence nil rate band inevitably means that we will be making increased use of IHTA 1984, s144. The section is extremely useful but has a number of pitfalls which this session will consider. 2. Will Drafting Tips and Traps This session will examine some common prob SPEAKER Professor…Find out more »
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