Certainty Expert Webinar: Challenges & liabilities arising from administration of estates & distribution of trusts: How insurance can help

Certainty Expert Webinar: Challenges & liabilities arising from administration of estates & distribution of trusts: How insurance can help

We are pleased to welcome back Jeff de-Rhune, Director of Trust & Probate Insurance who will be presenting our upcoming Certainty Expert Webinar, titled ‘Challenges & liabilities arising from the administration of estates & distribution of trusts: How insurance can help’.

Jeff will be looking at some of the challenges and liabilities that PRs and trustees face when administering estates and distributing trusts, catching up on some recent court decisions, considering what the future might bring and how insurance can help in these challenging times.

Webinar agenda:

  • The current private client environment
  • Some recent court cases
  • The future
  • Insurance solutions
  • Things to look out for when considering insurance
  • FAQs

Join us for our free Certainty Expert Webinar on Thursday 30th September 2021 at 12.00pm. Places on the webinar are limited so book now.

 

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At peak times, one Will is registered every two seconds on The National Will Register. The confidential contents of the Will are not disclosed, only the existence and location of where the Will is stored is recorded, ensuring that it can be found quickly and easily once the Testator has passed on. Registration ensures that if beneficiaries and executors are unaware if a Will was written or have forgotten where it’s located, it can be easily found by conducting a Register Will Search. The existence of a Will and its location are confidential. Only when the Testator has passed away can a Will’s location be declared. Even then, it will be disclosed only when the person searching for the Will has a genuine, bona fide interest and that person can provide a copy of a death certificate.

Certainty Will Search not only searches for registered Wills but also nationally for Wills that have not been registered to help prevent an old Will being used to distribute the estate or when the existence of a Will is unknown.

In addition, Certainty the National Will Register provides an online Will management tool for solicitors, which can be accessed remotely from anywhere with a secure internet connection so they can safely register Wills, search for Wills and use additional services Certainty the National Will Register provides for professionals.

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