Elder Law and Succession: conflicts of interest and testamentary capacity

Monday 10th September, 2018 3:00 pm – Monday 10th September, 2018 5:00 pm
The Law Society of Western Australia
Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace PERTH

When conducting litigation, lawyers have obligations to avoid conflicts of interest, but also need to keep costs down. This seminar will discuss how to reconcile these competing obligations in light of the recent family law provision case of Miller v Taylor.

When preparing wills, lawyers have obligations when their clients have questionable capacity. This seminar discusses their extent, including whether or not to obtain medical evidence and how much weight to place on it.

Level: Advanced

This seminar is also being streamed as a webinar. To book onto the webinar please click here.

Competency
  • 1 points Competency 3 Ethics and Professional Responsibility
  • 1 points Competency 4 Substantive Law

 

Speakers

Michael Bowyer - Chair
Principal Legal Officer
Public Trustee

Christopher Shanahan SC
Barrister
Murray Chambers

Cathy Donaldson
Senior Legal Officer
Legal Profession Complaints Committee

Price
Member
$230
Non-Member
$315
Legal Trainee / Support Staff (Member)
$112
Legal Trainee / Support Staff (Non-Member)
$187
CPD Freedom
$0