Webinar: Shining a Light on Insolvent Estates

12nov12:30 pm1:30 pmWebinar: Shining a Light on Insolvent Estates

Event Details

The latest in Fraser and Fraser’s acclaimed programme of free webinars will see three experts from professional services firm Begbies Traynor share their expertise on the issues surrounding insolvent deceased estates.

Among the topics for discussion will be the threats that can arise in such cases as well as the potential opportunities that may exist for practitioners who are asked to deal with estates in these circumstances.

Chaired by Fraser and Fraser’s Nick Beetham, the webinar’s panel will comprise:

Paul Barber: a licensed insolvency practitioner with an MBA degree, Paul joined the Manchester office of Begbies Traynor in 2009. Previously he worked at Dawson White, the IVA provider for an OFT-approved debt management company, and also spent 11 years at Baker Tilly.

He has extensive experience of all insolvency procedures and a background in property based on his RICS-accredited BSc Land Management degree. In January 2017 Paul was appointed chair of the R3 (Rescue, Recovery, Renewal) North West committee for a three-year term.

Jason Ainge: having joined Begbies in 2008, Jason deals predominantly in contentious matters which involve asset misappropriation, fraud and the requirement for litigation.  He has experience in multiple jurisdictions, including the Isle of Man, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Singapore and the USA.

Simon Boulton: part of the Begbies team since 2009, Simon has dealt almost exclusively with complex personal insolvency cases during his time with the firm and a number of these complex cases have involved deceased estates.

The most noteworthy deceased estate he has worked on resulted in the reported case of Williams v Lawrence (2011) EWHC 2001. He regularly provides advice to estate practitioners who are dealing with insolvent and potentially insolvent estates.

Shining a Light on Insolvent Estates is on Thursday 12 November at 12.30pm. To reserve your place click the here.

This article was submitted to be published by Fraser and Fraser as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.



November 12, 2020 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm(GMT+00:00)

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