Webinars and Video

Webinars and Video

Webinars

Would you like to know more about how to use separate situs wills and powers of attorney or their equivalent, including some of their problems and pitfalls?

Join this complimentary webinar from O’Sullivan Estate Lawyers, recognized as a leading trusts and estates legal boutique including winner of the STEP Private Client Award for Boutique of the Year 2019/20.

Learn how to address the special issues and intricacies of planning and preparing multijurisdictional wills and powers of attorney.

This webinar will explore:

  • Why use a separate situs will or power of attorney
  • Which law governs, including choice of law where applicable and how the European Succession Regulation may apply
  • Dealing with tax, liabilities and liquidity on death in using multiple wills
  • Forced heirship issues
  • Problems and pitfalls, including accidental revocation

Secure your place and learn solutions and approaches to meet the challenges of planning for foreign assets. Relevant resource material for future reference will be provided to help you navigate these complex matters.

For enquiries, please contact Jana Schilder, jschilder@osullivanlaw.com.

When: Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 10:00 am EST

O’Sullivan Estate Lawyers hosted a webinar on the topic “It’s complicated: Solutions for planning and administering an estate with foreign connections” on September 23, 2020. View the webinar recording. Download the Powerpoint Slide Deck.

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