A record year for Certainty Expert Webinars

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8 December 2015


Certainty200As the 2015 Certainty Expert Webinar season draws to a conclusion, with around 800 delegates attending the Professor Lesley King seminar on 26 November and Louise Levene of Finders International scheduled for 10 December, we would love to know who you would like to see on the list for the 2016 Certainty Expert Webinars series.

We aim to provide the “best of the best” and most topical subject matters for solicitors practising in Wills and Probate. Remember, although we provide the webinars completely free of charge, Certainty members receive a priority advance booking period of 7 days, so don’t miss out and always register your place at your earliest possible convenience.

We hope you have enjoyed this year’s offerings so far and look forward to welcoming you to next year’s Certainty Expert Webinars….

For further information about Certainty Expert Webinars or if you would like to suggest speakers/topics or receive notifications about 2016 webinars, contact Certainty the National Will Register on 0330 100 3660 or email Certainty.



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