Solicitors for the Elderly founder to speak at IPW conference.
Caroline Bielanska, who helped co-found Solicitors for the Elderly is set to speak at the Institute of Professional Willwriters conference on March 17th.
Ms Bielanska who was also at one time the organisation’s Chief Executive and Chair of the organisation which was founded in 1999 is also an author and contributor to programmes such as BBC Radio 4’s Moneybox Live on the subject of advising older and vulnerable adults with limited physical or mental capacity. She will be speaking in Care Act impacts and current implications for planning.
Current Professor and Professional Development Consultant at the University of Law, Professor Lesley King will also be speaking. Prof King is co-author of “A Modern Approach to Lifetime Tax Planning for Private Clients (with Precedents)” published by Jordan Publishing, which provides practitioners with help and guidance on everyday planning and drafting issues.
Other speakers include Richard Dew and Leon Pickering who will be speaking on risks in Will Drafting & Administration; Integrated Legal Services who will be speaking on Family Trusts; and Johnston Park McAndrew of Beazley Plc who will be speaking on Professional Indemnity Insurance.
The event which marks the 25th anniversary of the institute takes place at the Drayton Manor Hotel near Tamworth in Staffordshire with tickets for non-Institute members priced at £149.