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COLLAW LECTURE ON WILLS & ESTATES: ADMINISTRATION & DISPUTES

Find out more about the COLLAW lecture series that George Paltos was a part of. Wills and estates specialist legal practitioners.

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From lecture series at COLLAW with George Paltos of SR Wills and Estates Law.

Wary of estrangement and disclosure issues in family provision claims? Do you need to be across ademption in relation to bequests and devises?

Would you like to receive an opening address of the year iun review from the bench? Join our half-day online webinar with leading legal professionals.

By attending this workshop, you will:

  • receive an opening address and year of review in probate and administrative applicatioins.
  • take a closer look at estrangement and disclosure issues and how they affect family provision claims; and
  • be cognisant to the challengine area of ademption of bequests and devises
  • understand how to effectively utilise testamentary trusts and issues with informal wills and electronic communications.

The speakers are:

  • The Honourable Justice Geoff Lindsay, Supreme Court of NSW, Probate List Judge
  • Michael Willmott SC, Barrister, 13th Floor St James Hall
  • Monica Roos-Maranik, Consulting Principal, Keypoint Law
  • George Paltos, Wills and Estates Lawyer, SR Law (SR Wills and Estates Law)

This course has passed but if you want any information or to discuss any of the issues, contact George Paltos at SR Wills and Estates Law for any specialist inheritance matters.

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