The National Will Register is delighted to welcome back Professor Lesley King, who will be presenting our upcoming Expert Webinar, titled “Probate and trusts: recent changes in practice”.
Tuesday 29th March 2022, 12noon
Presented by Professor Lesley King
We are certainly living in “interesting times” with changes arising thick and fast, and the wills and probate industry is no exception.
This talk will focus on the new rules on the Trust Register, the new excepted estates regulations and getting the best out of online probate applications.
Professor Lesley King is one of the most influential speakers in the private client industry, so be sure to register ASAP to secure your place for this complimentary webinar.
- Trust Register rules
- New excepted estates regulations
- Online probate applications and how to get the most out of them
Presented by Professor Lesley King, a former member of the Law Society’s Wills & Equity Committee and the Probate & Estates Committee of STEP.
Lesley is an honorary member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists. She is Professional Development Consultant at the University of Law. She is co-author of Wills, Taxation and Administration: A Practical Guide; A Modern Approach to Wills, Administration and Estate Planning (with Precedents); A Modern Approach to Lifetime Tax Planning for Private Clients (with Precedents); A Practitioner’s Guide to Wills; The Will Draftsman’s Handbook; Wills: A Practical Guide; and editor of The Probate Practitioner’s Handbook. She is a contributor to the Wills and Trusts volumes of Halsbury’s Laws and the Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents and to The Law and Ethics of Dementia. She is the Wills and probate columnist for the Law Society Gazette, and writes and lectures extensively on Wills, taxation and related matters. She is a consultant with Beckbury Advisory Services.
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