The Estate and Trust Divide, Lawyers and Clients Beware - 29 September 2020

Host group
Host Left
Hosted by
STEP Western Australia
Event Type
Web Event
Date

Speaker: Maree van der Kwast

The seminar will cover:

  • Ethical considerations for practitioners.
  • Ethical considerations for clients.
  • Practical considerations during litigation.
  • The implications when it all goes wrong – war stories.

About the speaker:

Maree van der Kwast joined Dwyer Durack in 2001. She heads the Wills, Probate and Estates Department. In July 2005 Maree became a partner of Dwyer Durack and in July 2006 a director of Dwyers Legal Pty Ltd.
Maree had always been interested in estates and gained first class honours from the University of Western Australia with a thesis about inheritance rights.

Since being admitted to practice she has focused on litigation relating to equitable claims, action pursuant to the Inheritance Act and disputes about deceased estates, trusts and Wills. Maree also drafts Wills and administers non-contentious estates.

Cost group
Event Cost
Australian Dollar
0.00
WA Members
Australian Dollar
50.00
Others
Schedule
13:00 - 14:00 AWST
CPD Points
CPD Certificates are not automatically supplied following an event. Should you require a CPD certificate confirming your attendance at an event please contact the person on the calendar listing to request this.
0.5 CPD points in Competency Area 3 (Ethics) + 0.5 CPD points in Competency Area 4 (Substantive Law)
Payment Options
Debit card
Credit card
Contact
Janelle Walsh
western.australia@step.org
Add to Calendar 2020-09-29 00:00:00 2020-09-29 00:00:00 The Estate and Trust Divide, Lawyers and Clients Beware - 29 September 2020 Speaker: Maree van der KwastThe seminar will cover: Ethical considerations for practitioners. Ethical considerations for clients. Practical considerations during litigation. The implications when it all goes wrong – war stories. About the speaker:Maree van der Kwast joined Dwyer Durack in 2001. She heads the Wills, Probate and Estates Department. In July 2005 Maree became a partner of Dwyer Durack and in July 2006 a director of Dwyers Legal Pty Ltd. Maree had always been interested in estates and gained first class honours from the University of Western Australia with a thesis about inheritance rights. Since being admitted to practice she has focused on litigation relating to equitable claims, action pursuant to the Inheritance Act and disputes about deceased estates, trusts and Wills. Maree also drafts Wills and administers non-contentious estates. STEP Western Australia STEP Western Australia Europe/London public