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Inheritance and Trustees Powers Act 2014 Seminars


On the evening of Wednesday 22nd October 2014, Trinity Chancery barristers Henry Stevens and Jamie Morgan, will be speaking at a CPD accredited Contentious Probate Seminar hosted by the Yorkshire Law Society.

Henry Stevens will examine the Inheritance and Trustees Powers Act 2014 that will make substantial changes to the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975, the law of Intestacy and Trustees powers. Henry will give an overview of the changes and what practical impact the Inheritance and Trustees Powers Act will have.

Jamie Morgan will look at challenging a will including consideration of testamentary capacity, knowledge and approval, mistake and undue influence.

Henry and Jamie are members of Trinity's ChanceryBusinessCosts and Regulatory practice groups.

Tier 1 Trinity Chambers' was recognised in the recently published Legal 500 2014 - "Trinity Chambers is ‘a fine set' with ‘a fantastic reputation in the North East'. It has strength in depth across a broad spectrum of areas, including crime, family and employment. Chambers also provides niche advice on renewable energy matters, and cases with an agricultural element including Inheritance Act disputes, complex estates and capacity issues".

The Chancery team have also been recognised in Chambers UK 2014 "Trinity Chambers is highly regarded on the North-Eastern Circuit for complex chancery work. The set's chancery group handles a broad variety of matters, with members' expertise sought out in relation to property, probate, trusts and estate, and landlord and tenant disputes."

The event will be held at the University of Law in York, commencing with registration at 4pm, the talks beginning at 4.30pm and concluding by 6.30pm. The event will attract two Solicitors Regulation Authority CPD points.Please book places direct with the Yorkshire Law Society.

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