Webinar: The latest developments in retirement villages and aged care
Friday 17 February 2017
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Topics to be covered include:
- The Legislative Framework
- Tenure – is it different from owning a house or unit?
- The contract – what should solicitors be advising on?
- Summary of Costs and fees
- The relationship between Retirement Villages and Aged Care
- The legislative framework
- How is a client assessed for Residential Aged Care?
- Summary of Costs and Fees
- The Agreement
- Additional factors to be aware of when advising a client (or their families)
Associate, Willis & Bowring
Adeline Schiralli is a passionate Estate Planning and Elder Law Solicitor who has been practicing solely in this area since her admission to practice in 2007. Adeline is currently an Associate at Willis & Bowring Solicitors in Miranda, where she began her law career as a Law Clerk in her final year of her undergraduate degree and is now considered to be one of the leading solicitors practicing in this area of law in the Sutherland Shire. Adeline has undertaken further studies since her admission and is currently completing her final subject in the Master of Law (Applied Law) program through the College of Law, majoring in Wills & Estates. Adeline is a member of the St-George-Sutherland Regional Law Society Committee and co-chairs the St-George-Sutherland Regional Law Society’s Succession Law Sub-Committee. Adeline is also a director on the board of Thomas Holt, a local not-for-profit organisation that operates predominantly in the area of aged care and retirement villages.
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