Datalaw offer an impressive selection of private client courses, which include an array of wills and probate courses that are suitable for practitioners of varying levels of experience.
Foundation level private client courses such as Introduction to the Law of Wills and probate training course What Every Probate Practitioner Needs to Know, are a great way for paralegals and trainee solicitors to ground themselves in key aspects of wills and probate law and practice. Similarly, wills and probate courses such as Case Law Update for Claims under the Inheritance Act 1975 and Rectification, will ensure that viewers are familiar with key private client cases.
Newly qualified solicitors will benefit from practical LPA training courses such as LPA – How to Register and Procedure which will detail how to complete the application to appoint a deputy successfully and Revoking and Altering a Will which will examine various ways in which wills can be revoked and the benefits of each option.
Practitioners with several years PQE will benefit from estate administration courses such as Key Steps to Administering the Estate - Is a Grant Required and Distribution of Estates Following the Inheritance and Trustees Powers Act 2014, whilst our two sessions examining potential areas for fraud in wills and probate are essential viewing for all private client practitioners.
Comprising webinars of varying length, Datalaw’s assortment of wills and probate courses range from traditional 1-hour courses such as IHT400, a tax related course delivered by private client specialist John Thurston, to bite-size sessions which concentrate on key private client topics.
Our bite-size wills and probate courses are typically 20-minutes in length and may offer practical hints and tips on the use and effect of advanced directives and Urgent Applications to the Court of Protection or focus on more in-depth topics such as advising clients regarding RNRB.
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