Considering Contentious Probate – The Risk for the Non-Specialist

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17 May 2018


CertaintyWe are delighted to welcome this month’s speakers Tony Pearce and Mark Abrol to the next instalment of Certainty Expert Webinars taking place on Friday 25th May 2018 at 12.00pm.

The webinar is in line with Certainty the National Will Register’s new contentious probate initiative.

Both of our speakers offer extensive knowledge and experience within contentious probate, and are able to assist those that are involved in disputes over estates.

Agenda:

  • Intro ‘the complications of contentious probate and where the risks lurk for the non-specialist’
  • Case study – the most common contentious probate situations you will encounter
  • How a Certainty Will Search can quickly change the outcome of a dispute
  • How to use a ‘specialist’ to provide continuity of service to your client and still retain your client
  • Q&A

Please join us for our highly informative, complimentary 1 hour webinar. Places are limited so register for the webinar now.



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