2017 Workshop on estate administration
Course ID CN170311_WEP1
This workshop will cover a variety of issues that practitioners face when advising executors and administrators in relation to the administration of estates including determination of intestate entitlement, consideration of the appropriate type of grant and appropriate applicant, order of application of assets in the payment of debts and expenses, filing of estate accounts and applications for commission and consideration of taxation issues.
College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.
Full Price $720.00
Alumni/Member Price $648.00
08 March 2017
08 March 2017
9am - 4.30pm
About This Course
This workshop will cover the key areas of:
- Determining intestate entitlement
- Determining the appropriate type of grant
- Order of application of assets in the payment of estate debts
- Consideration of tax issues in the administration of estates
- Filing estate accounts and application for executor's commission
- Estate accounts and applications for commission
This seminar complies with the mandatory areas of Professional Skills and Substantive Law.
Senior Associate at Catherine Henry Lawyers and Adjunct Lecturer College of Law
Accredited Specialist - Wills and Estates
Natalie was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 2002. She has practised primarily in the area of Wills and Estates Law and became an Accredited Specialist in 2009. She has worked in private practice with Turnbull Hill and also in the legal division of NSW Trustee and Guardian focusing on a wide array of wills, estates and trust matters, including will drafting, determining intestate entitlement, advice on various aspects of estate administration and estate litigation.
Natalie has been newly appointed as Senior Associate at Catherine Henry Lawyers, where she will also practice in wills and estates law.
Natalie’s educational qualifications include: B Comm, LLB, Dip Leg Practice (University of Newcastle).