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Enduring Powers of Attorney: More Than Just Form Filling

Every client over 18 years of age should have an Enduring Power of Attorney. Discover “New Law” techniques for creating them and boost your Estate Planning practice.

Fewer than 11% of Australians have an Enduring Power of Attorney, although every client over the age of 18 should have one. With an ageing population, there is a huge opportunity here to boost your Estate Planning practice by bundling an Enduring Power of Attorney with other services you deliver.

This webinar will examine the key issues that can arise with these documents, as drafting an Enduring Power of Attorney is much more than just form-filling. Discover how to produce these documents quickly and reliably so you can protect every one of your clients.

$189.00 incl. GST

Full subsidised ticket available.

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Enduring Powers of Attorney: More Than Just Form Filling

Every client over 18 years of age should have an Enduring Power of Attorney. Discover “New Law” techniques for creating them and boost your Estate Planning practice.

$189.00 incl. GST

Full subsidised ticket available.

Fewer than 11% of Australians have an Enduring Power of Attorney, although every client over the age of 18 should have one. With an ageing population, there is a huge opportunity here to boost your Estate Planning practice by bundling an Enduring Power of Attorney with other services you deliver.

This webinar will examine the key issues that can arise with these documents, as drafting an Enduring Power of Attorney is much more than just form-filling. Discover how to produce these documents quickly and reliably so you can protect every one of your clients.

Topics covered in this webinar:

  • How to communicate to clients why they need you to create an Enduring Power of Attorney for them
  • New methods for drafting Enduring Powers of Attorney quickly and reliable
  • Advanced issues in drafting Enduring Powers of Attorney, including conflicts of interest, conditions, real estate transactions and interstate recognition

This webinar covers content relevant to all states and territories.

Topics covered in this webinar:

  • How to communicate to clients why they need you to create an Enduring Power of Attorney for them
  • Advanced issues in drafting Enduring Powers of Attorney, including conflicts of interest, conditions, real estate transactions and interstate recognition
  • New methods for drafting Enduring Powers of Attorney quickly and reliably

This webinar covers content relevant to all states and territories.

CPD PRESENTERS

CONSTANTINE COMINO

Product Development Lawyer,
Smarter Drafter

Qualified with a Masters of Law and backed by decades of experience in private practice, Constantine brings a rare level of meticulousness to Estate Planning. Over the years, Con has worked closely with clients navigating the intersection between medical issues and estate planning, and so is a great advocate of carefully considered and drafted protections for all clients.

ADAM LONG

Webinar Facilitator,
New Law CLE

Adam Long: CEO at Smarter Drafter

Adam’s experience as a strategist for companies like ANZ, HP and Marsh & McLennan means he brings new insights and a deep understanding of how technology is reshaping professional services.

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