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Our upcoming webinars

We host regular educational webinars for our partners

How do blended families inherit?

On Wednesday 27 March at 1pm, Technical Manager Nigel Merchant will provide an overview of the factors that can impact the ways blended families inherit.

What is a blended family? A blended family is formed when two people come together and bring their children from previous relationships. This means when it comes to distributing the estate it’s essential to be clear and matter of fact.

More specifically, the webinar will cover:

  • Will considerations – who should inherit?
  • Testamentary freedom and challenges
  • Intestacy and step relations
  • Ensuring assets pass down the correct family line
  • And much more

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If you can't join us on the day, please still register – all registrants will receive a link to the recording after it has taken place.

Watch informative webinar recordings on demand:

Overcoming client objections

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Parental responsibility and Trust registration

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Working with Kings Court Trust

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An overview of Inheritance Tax and gifting

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Take a look at our informative blog posts

Just like the webinars, our blog posts are available to you 24/7 giving you unlimited access to industry news and expert knowledge to better understand estate administration.

How to find a Will and other important documents

A step that often causes family members additional stress and anxiety when someone dies is locating the deceased’s important documents. This includes the Will, which details the Testator’s wishes

What is a Grant of Representation?

A Grant of Representation is a legal document issued in the United Kingdom that gives the person named on it the authority to administer the estate and other assets of a deceased person. In simple

5 steps to creating a simple digital estate plan

When estate planning, there are some things that are essential to include. For example: who will inherit any property, who may care for a dependent child, or what should happen to various personal

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