Urgent Wills and assessing a client's mental capacity

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$99.00

CPD Points 1

Competency
  • C2: Professional Skills (1)

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Urgent Wills and assessing a client's mental capacity

The Law Society of Western Australia is the professional association for Western Australian barristers and solicitors

 

Course Summary

This seminar provides practical tips on what to do when receiving urgent instructions to draft a will or EPA to ensure that they effectively carry out the client’s wishes and to avoid any potential claims including practical tips on assessing mental capacity to make a will or EPA generally.

Course Details

This seminar provides practical tips on what to do when receiving urgent instructions to draft a will or EPA to ensure that they effectively carry out the client’s wishes and to avoid any potential claims including practical tips on assessing mental capacity to make a will or EPA generally.