june, 2022

30jun12:30 am1:30 amThe National Will Register – Expert Webinar: Court of Protection Applications - Statutory Wills

Event Details

We’re delighted to invite you to our next Expert Webinar as Alexa Payet of Bolt Burdon joins us on June 30th May to present “Court of Protection Applications – Statutory Wills”.

Thursday 30th June 2022, 12.30pm

Presented by Alexa Payet, Partner, Bolt Burdon

Registration link: https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/3832618/162E95EBB13437498866EFA4F2CE15E2?partnerref=PartnerPress

Alexa will explain the Court of Protection’s jurisdiction to order the execution of a Will, the factors the court takes into account in ordering the execution of a Will, and the procedure to follow to obtain an order for execution of a Will.

As you may already know, The National Will Register can assist deputies search for the Will of P as part of the research involved in Statutory Will Applications, of which you can find more information about here.

Agenda

  • Court of Protection’s jurisdiction to order the execution of a Will
  • Factors the court considers in ordering the execution of a Will
  • Procedure to follow in order to obtain an order for Will execution

Register for free by clicking here: https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/3832618/162E95EBB13437498866EFA4F2CE15E2?partnerref=PartnerPress

Presented by Alexa Payet, Partner, Bolt Burdon

Alexa is a Partner in the Disputed Wills and Trusts team at Bolt Burdon as well as a full member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS), an affiliate member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and a full member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE). Alexa also have Higher Rights of Audience (civil proceedings).

With a particular expertise in Wills, Trusts and Inheritance disputes, Alexa regularly acts for individuals in bringing and defending claims against estates, including claims for lack of capacity, want of knowledge and approval and undue influence. Alexa also has experience in fraud and forgery claims and professional negligence relating to wills and trusts, as well as claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

Alexa regularly acts for individuals in connection with Court of Protection matters, including statutory will applications and cases where the appointment of a deputy is required because of financial abuse of an incapacitated person by an attorney under a Lasting Power of Attorney. She can also assist deputies and attorneys to recover an incapacitated person’s assets following such financial abuse.

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Time

(Thursday) 12:30 am - 1:30 am

Organizer

Certainty the National Will Register

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