Registration Closed: LIVE WEBCAST - Effective Estate Litigation (30 March 2017) (Code: 2230)
Registration Closed: LIVE WEBCAST - Effective Estate Litigation (30 March 2017) (Code: 2230)

Member: $ 100.00      Non-Member: $ 120.00

Prices include GST

CPD Units: 1

Please note: This webcast/seminar is due to run from 11.45am to 12.45pm.

Presenter:

Asheetha Jelliffe, Senior Associate, Teece Hodgson & Ward Solicitors and Accredited Specialist in Wills & Estates Law

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Please note:
A link to the broadcast will be emailed to you on the day of the webcast
– once you receive that email, simply click on the link and enter your name and phone number to access the broadcast. (The link will become live about 10 minutes prior to commencement of the seminar.)

Seminar Overview

In this seminar session Asheeta Jelliffe will be looking at common issues encountered in Probate and Family Provision litigation such as:

  • who should be joined as parties or served with notices, including consideration of issues that arise when caveats are lodged or when there is 'notional estate'
  • what type of evidence the Court expects
  • what the court expects from practitioners in case management and costs

About our presenter:

Asheetha Jelliffe has worked in the wills and estates group of Teece, Hodgson & Ward Solicitors since 2003. She has considerable experience in contested estate litigation, including testamentary capacity matters, family provision applications and other estate administration suits, acting on behalf of both plaintiffs and estates. She has had valuable court experience in appearing on behalf of clients in procedural and interlocutory stages of the proceedings and also taking matters to hearing. Asheetha has been actively involved in settlement negotiations and mediations on behalf of her clients.
Asheetha also has expertise in complex applications for grants for probate and letters of administration and the various issues arising in the administration of estates generally. More recently, she has gained some experience in estate planning matters. Asheetha’s understanding of the law and ability to empathise with the needs of her clients ensures appropriate advice is given and suitable action is taken in a timely and cost effective manner.

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Venue Live Webcast from The Law Society of NSW, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney
Start Date 30/03/2017
Start Time 11:30 AM
End Date 30/03/2017
End Time 12:30 PM

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