17 September 2021 - Due to the uncertainties of the lockdown levels in Auckland, the In Short, Wills & Powers of Attorney on 5 October 2021, will continue as a live Web Stream only.
Existing registrants - your registration will automatically be transferred to the live web stream - please check your email for full options.
If you have not registered yet, we welcome you to register live web stream, registrations remain open below.
It is important that you are able to provide your clients with wills and powers of attorney that are tailored to their particular circumstances. This seminar will help ensure that you are able to do this and includes consideration of; the Wills Act 2007; will clauses; power of attorney essentials; the various duties of attorneys; and a summary of applications under the Wills Act and the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988.
This seminar will include:
By attending this seminar you will be:
Lawyers in civil litigation, family, property, trusts & estates.
A short paper, in PDF format, together with a copy of the powerpoint presentation will be emailed out prior to the seminar.
|Live Web Stream||5 October|
Senior Associate, Simpson Grierson, Auckland
Richard is a senior associate in Simpson Grierson’s commercial property group and specialises in private client work. He has had a great deal of experience in private legal practice together with in-house legal and management roles in trust companies. Richard advises on all areas of succession planning and asset protection, including, trusts, wills, estate administration, powers of attorney, retirement villages and residential care.
|Stephen McCarthy QC
Stephen practises in family and civil litigation. He has a particular interest in property and estate disputes. Stephen has practised as a barrister since early 2006 and prior to that was a litigation partner in a Manukau City firm for over 20 years. He was convener of the ADLS Mental Health and Disability Law Committee 1991-1995 and Family Law Committee 2001-2003. Stephen has presented NZLS CLE seminars and conference papers on mental health, family and property law topics.
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