Obtaining judicial advice - Daniel Yazdani. 26 July 2023
Level 29, 2 The Esplanade
Perth WA 6000
This seminar will cover:
Applications for Judicial Advice provide not only an opportunity for executors and trustees to obtain an order or direction of the Court on questions arising in respect of any will or estate administration but also provide a summary and cost-effective method of determining matters relating to the due administration of estates.
This seminar seeks to set out the origins and procedural history of Judicial Advice applications, and the various procedural mechanisms available for Judicial Advice applications in Western Australia.
About the speaker:
Daniel Yazdani was admitted to the Bar in May 2022 and practises at 13th Floor St James Hall.
Prior to his admission to the Bar, from 2020 to April 2022, Daniel was Tipstaff (and, during most of 2021, Acting Associate) to the Hon. Justice Lindsay, who is the Protective List Judge and was for many years also the Probate List Judge, sitting in the Equity Division of the Supreme Court of NSW.
Prior to his roles in the NSW Supreme Court, Daniel practised as a solicitor in Perth from 2015 to 2019. He was admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of WA in 2014 and undertook legal work experience with Dr John Hockley prior to his admission.
Daniel has previously presented in Legalwise, STEP WA and Law Society seminars. He has also written articles published in the Australian Bar Review, The Australian Law Journal and The Australian Property Law Journal and is a contributor to the 5th and 6th editions of the LexisNexis Concise Australian Legal Dictionary.