With wills, estates and succession practitioners increasingly dealing with an older clientele it is unavoidable that at some stage you will be confronted by the knowledge that your elderly client is being abused. Thus it's crucial that you can identify and assist elderly clients where abuse is known or has occurred. Refine your understanding of critical elder abuse issues while updating your skills in asset recovery, dealing with third parties such as family members, navigating estrangement and disentitling conduct in the context of family provision applications, and meeting your legal and ethical obligations when advising older clients.
Chair: Michael Klatt, Partner, Mullins Lawyers; Preeminent Estates Litigation Lawyer and Leading Wills, Estates & Succession Planning Lawyer Doyle's Guide 2017
Attend and earn 3 CPD units including:
2 units in Legal Knowledge
1 unit in Practical Legal Ethics
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