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SFE Webinar series 2018 - Book all 10 pay for 9
16th January 2018 - 29th November 2018
Book here for entire 2018 series

Shropshire Regional Event
18th January 2018
Shropshire Education & Conference Centre, Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Mytton Oak Road, Shrewsbury SY3 8XQ
Everything the Private Client Lawyer needs to know about paying for care
Speaker: Cate Searle
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 2
8th February 2018
Financial abuse of older clients
Speaker: Ann Stanyer
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 3
15th March 2018
Elderly clients - protection of assets
Speaker: John Thurston
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 4
12th April 2018
Getting professional deputyship and attorneyship right
Speaker: Karon Walton
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 5
10th May 2018
Back to basics – NHS Continuing Healthcare
Speaker: Chloe Scarr
Sharing a Home
10th May 2018
Harrison Clark Rickerbys
Looking at home sharing arrangements. Considering documentation that might be used. What view the Courts and Local Authorities may take of the arrangements. What are the risks?
A legal up-date on recent Inheritance Act cases.
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 6
7th June 2018
Going off-piste: drafting unusual and bespoke clauses in wills
Speaker: Harry Martin
SFE National Conference 2018
21st June 2018
The British Library Conference Centre, Euston Road, next to St Pancras International and King's Cross stations
Digital deaths, cyber security and so much more for the elderly client adviser
Keynote Speaker Her Honour Judge Hilder
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 7
19th July 2018
Moving in together
Speakers: Michael O'Sullivan & Miranda Allardice
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 8
20th September 2018
How do we decide what is in someone’s best interests?
Speaker: David Lock QC
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 9
8th November 2018
Future of Wills
Speaker: William Moffett
SFE Webinar Series 2018 - Number 10
29th November 2018
Are trusts a thing of the past?
Speaker: Professor Lesley King