Date: 23rd October 2018
Time: 09:00 - 16:25
Apex City Quay Hotel & Spa
1 West Victoria Dock Road
CPD Hours: 5hours 30minutesJoin us this autumn to hear from private client experts who will explore the latest developments and challenges in wills, trusts, tax and executries practice.
This autumn join us in Dundee to hear from private client experts and meet with peers and colleagues to explore the latest developments and challenges in wills, trusts, tax and executries practice.
The programme is designed to cover a variety of relevant updates in an efficient way to ensure that you stay abreast of current awareness issues and speakers will also share reminders of more specialised practice points throughout the day.
Find out more about becoming an accredited specialist in Incapacity and mental disability law, Private client tax or Trusts law.
By attending this conference, you will gain:
- Insight into current developments in the law of succession
- Identify overlooked or critical obligations for professional trustees
- Consider the latest challenges and claims in the validity of wills
- Apply case studies and practical tips to the re-structure and variation of complex trusts
- Understand developments in taxation of trusts
- Opportunity to learn and discuss recent and impending changes that could impact on day to day work
- David McClements, Chair, Partner, Russell + Aitken
- Nicola Neal, Associate, Brodies
- Fiona McDonald, Partner, Fyfe McDonald
- Ian Macdonald, Private Client Partner, Wright Johnston & Mackenzie LLP
- Stewart Dunbar, Associate Solicitor, Blackadders LLP
- William Grant, Consultant, Mitchells Roberton
- Chris Henderson, Chartered Financial Planner, Brewin Dolphin
- Suzanne Thomson, Chartered Wealth Manager, Brewin Dolphin
"Highly relevant to most solicitors’ practices"
"Excellent combination of variety and detail of topics. This made the full-day programme very worthwhile"
"Chair and speakers excellent and all well versed and knowledgeable in succession planning and estate administration. Very enjoyable"