The following events are FREE for ILM members only. If you have any queries, please email email@example.com
Mental Capacity Webinar – hosted by Ashfords and Dr James Warner
11am on 19th January
Contentious probate litigation is rising; over 8,000 caveats are lodged against estates annually. A frequent reason for challenging a Will is the testator may have lacked mental capacity.
Presented by Kerry Morgan-Gould of Ashfords and Dr James Warner, a consultant old age psychiatrist and medical director of Halcyon Doctors, this webinar will outline the key ingredients for a Testamentary Capacity claim (Banks v Goodfellow vs Mental Capacity Act 2005), initial steps you should take as a potential Defendant to such a claim, alternatives to litigation and the process of undertaking retrospective assessments of testamentary capacity.
At the end of the session delegates should have a understanding of the key aspects of a probate claim on the basis of Testamentary Capacity and know what to expect from medical experts when instructing a retrospective capacity assessment.
Inheritance Tax Masterclasses – hosted by Ashfords
Session 1 – Introduction to Inheritance Tax
Tuesday 9th February, 11am
This is an introductory session and will be an overview of Inheritance Tax.
Session 2 – Inheritance Tax and Charity Beneficiaries – to gross up or not to gross up?
Tuesday 23rd February, 11am
This is a more detailed session which will focus on the Inheritance Tax treatment where a person leaves the whole or part of their estate to charity.
ILM members can view the recordings of these webinars in the Viewing Room.
December 10th 2020: The Science Behind Legacy Giving with Dr Claire Routley
November 17th 2020: An Update from Jon Franklin, Legacy Foresight
November 5th 2020: Property webinar part 1 featuring presentations from Foot Anstey and Cluttons
October 22nd 2020: Property webinar part 1 featuring presentations from Foot Anstey and Cluttons, and a discussion featuring Save the Children, GOSH and National Trust
October 16th 2020: Autumn Conference featuring sessions from Bolt Burdon, Daniel Pepper of RNIB and Charles Russell Speechlys
October 13th 2020: Employment: redundancy and working from home, hosted by Daff Richardson, Penningtons