Relationship Property Agreements 2018 - 18 October 2018 (On Demand)

Description

A practical guide to drafting and advising clients on agreements under Part 6 of the Property (Relationships) Act 1976.

The webinar is for practitioners who are new to the area of relationship property law. It will be a practical look at Part 6 of the PRA, including:

  • What is a relationship property agreement? 
  • Settlement agreements (separation agreements). 
  • Contracting out agreements (“pre-nups”). 
  • Reasons to have a contracting out agreement. 
  • Formalities for all relationship property agreements. 
  • Witnessing and certifying relationship property agreements. 
  • Section 21J - serious injustice. 
  • Dealing with trusts in relationship property agreements. 
  • Common clauses to consider using in relationship property agreements. 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Attendees will gain confidence to draft and advise clients on relationship property agreements, and to witness and certify agreements in accordance with the requirements of the PRA.

ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE

18 October 2018

SUITED TO

New practitioners (lawyers) and practitioners who advise on conveyancing, trusts, estate and asset protection plans.

PRESENTER

Stephanie Pettigrew, Partner, Marks & Worth Lawyers

1 CPD Hour

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $170.00 excl. GST

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One-connection-one-fee

Our webinars operate on a 'one-connection-one-fee' basis so you can have your whole team participate for one cost effective price and claim CPD points.

Recordings

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Sole practitioners

A discount on webinars is available for sole practitioners. Please contact us at NZ‑learning@wolterskluwer.com to confirm eligibility.