Wills Skills Workshop 6: Issues that arise post execution
Course ID CW190602_WEP
In this workshop, you will consider matters that you may be instructed on after the execution of the Will including changes to the will and also matters that you may be instruced on after the death of the will maker for example: presumptions with respect to death and disposing of the deceased's remains..
Facilitated by Amanda Liston, Director, Amanda Liston Legal and Graduate, The College of Law LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Wills and Estates, this workshop is one in a series of workshops developed for Western Australian practitioners who wish to develop or enhance their skills in a Wills and Estates/Estate Planning practice.
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Full Price $360.00
Alumni/Member Price $324.00
28 June 2019
28 June 2019
1:30 PM - 4:45 PM
Ground Floor, Durack Centre
263 Adelaide Terrace
Perth WA 6000
About This Course
The workshop includes a series of interactive discussions and fact scenarios allowing participants to test and apply their newly acquired knowledge.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to understand matters that arise after the execution of the Will including:
- Changes to the will
- lost wills
- mistake and rectification
- presumptions with respect to death
- statutory presumptions of death
WA practitioners looking to develop the skills and experienced practitioners an opportunity to refresh their knowledge in this area of law.
Competency Area 2 - Professional Skills - 2 points
Competency Area 4 - Substantive Law – 1 point
Director, Amanda Liston Legal Graduate, The College of Law LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Wills and Estates
Amanda is the Principal of Amanda Liston Legal. She specialises in estate planning, wills and deceased estate administration. Amanda has a wealth of experience in these areas having been admitted to legal practice in 1998.
Amanda is a graduate fellow of The College of Law and holds a Master of Laws (Applied Law) – Wills and Estates. Amanda is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Amanda serves on the pro bono panel of the State Administrative Tribunal where she specialises in guardianship and administration matters. She is experienced in assisting clients with applications under the Guardianship and Administration Act.