Trust law is a challenging area for practitioners to get to grips with. Trusts have many uses outside the practice of private client law which they are typically associated with, and can cross over into family, pensions and charity law to name but a few.
Datalaw offer a range of trust law courses; for practitioners who are new to the area of trusts, including paralegals and trainees, the introductory trust course The Law Of Trusts For Practitioners will offer an overview to the background of the law of trusts and will offer guidance as to when and why trusts are used in different situations.
For practitioners with several years PQE, including those who would like to refresh or enhance their knowledge in this area, trust and estate planning courses such as Estate And Trust Accounts and Trusts and Estates – The New Income Tax Rules, are a must. Delivered by experienced lecturer John Thurston, author of several books published by Bloomsbury Professional including “A Practitioner's Guide to Trusts" and "Estate Planning for the Middle-Income Client", these courses are highly practical and include scenarios which encourage viewers to put what they have learnt into practice.
For an overview of how taxation of UK trusts works and for guidance on the key forms of taxation; Income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax, and how these impinge upon trustees and trusts, Richard Quenby’s trust law courses Taxation Of Trusts and Claims Against Trustees will be of interest.
Regardless of your level of experience and /or knowledge, Datalaw’s online trust courses will enable you to meet your training needs and obtain trust CPD in a cost effective and time efficient manner.
Keywords: trust administration courses
During this webinar, Richard Quenby will consider the issues which can ... read more
Do you want to continue your session?