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Trusts Symposium 2019

Trusts Symposium 2019

7 CPD Units

About the conference:
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Topics include:

Adult Safeguarding – a rights based approach in responding to abuse
Presenters: Jeanette Walters, Director, Office for Ageing Well
Rebecca Carrigan, Principal Project Officer, Office for Ageing Well

Beware the Power of the Attorney 
Presenter: Robert Monahan, Monahan Estate Planning PTY LTD

Elder Law
Presenter: Rodney Lewis, Elderlaw the Legal Firm

Elder Law: Access to Justice when Family Agreements Lead to Disagreements
Presenter: Tina Cockburn, Queensland University of Technology

Fault Lines in Certainty of Objects of Express Trusts 
Presenter: Gino Dal Pont, University of Tasmania

Pour-Over and Pour-Back Provisions in Wills
Presenter: Dr Bernard Walrut, Murray Chambers

Obligations of Executors to Potential Family Provision Claimants
Presenter: The Hon. Justice Samuel Doyle, Supreme Court of South Australia

Registration Fees: Register After 31 January 2019
LSSA Member / STEP Member / LSSA Platinum Member: $695
GDLP Student (LSSA/ Adelaide Law School): $415
Law Student Associate and Concession Card Holder: $535
Non-Member: $865
Other: Log in to see your fees or refer to the programme
8/03/2019 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Hilton Adelaide 233 Victoria Square ADELAIDE SA 5000 AUSTRALIA
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