The Golden Triangle & Kousouros v Aresti
22nd Oct 2014, 17:45 to 19:30
Challenging the validity of Wills: The Golden Triangle
Adrian Carr examines the challenges which can be made to wills on the basis of:
- lack of testamentary capacity
- want of knowledge and approval
- undue influence
Adrian discusses the practical steps which practitioners drafting wills should take in order to try to avoid future challenges to wills and the matters which contentious practitioners should take account when seeking to challenge a will.
Kousouros v Aresti
When a solicitor acting for a beneficiary takes on the role of executor, serious problems can arise:
Gerald Wilson analyses the issues of client privilege, duties of disclosure and conflict of interest which arose in this case.
The seminar is suitable for solicitors of any level of experience, and will be accredited with 1.5 CPD points. Light refreshments will be served at the end of the evening, providing an opportunity for discussion with barristers from Chambers.
- 17:45 – Registration
- 18:00 – Start
- 19:30 – Finish
- Tanfield Chambers, 2-5 Warwick Court, London, WC1R 5DJ
Team: Adrian Carr
Expertise: Wills, Probate & Intestacy
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