Understanding the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1998 (the PPPR Act) and its regulations (the Regulations) to ensure Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs) that meet the donor’s needs.
The focus of this webinar is on EPAs in relation to property.
Elaine Henderson will highlight issues that need to be considered when advising a donor who wants their EPA in relation to property to come into effect while they are mentally capable and continue if they become mentally incapable (section 97(4)(a) of the PPPR Act).
Elaine will discuss:
Theresa Donnelly will consider problems and pitfalls that arise where there is a failure of advisers to refer back to the PPPR Act and the Regulations, attorney issues, and issues with amending EPA forms. Theresa will also discuss optional provisions regarding keeping families in check, revocation, and some issues around capacity and witness certificates. Theresa will also discuss the need to clarify with clients about when they need that all important medical assessment to invoke their EPAs.
28 November 2018
Solicitors and legal executives who draft and advise on EPAs.
Elaine Henderson, Consultant, Vicki Ammundsen Trust Law Limited
Theresa Donnelly, Senior Solicitor, Public Trust
1.25 CPD Hours