Making a Lasting Power of Attorney

Lasting Power of Attorney, Legal Document, Paper, Desk, Drafting, LPA, Health and Welfare, Capacity, Decision Making, The College of Will Writing, Training Course, Legal, Professional

Covering the types of Lasting Power of Attorney to legislation, taking instructions, drafting and resolving issues, this course has it all.

DURATION:
10am - 4pm
CREDIT:
5 Hours CPD

Address

The College of Will Writing, Whisby Way, Lincoln, LN6 3LQ (Building to the rear of SWW site)   View map

Making a Lasting Power of Attorney

Venue:  

The College of Will Writing, Whisby Way, Lincoln, LN6 3LQ  (Building to the rear of SWW site)

This is a residential course only and not available online 

 

Renowned solicitor and expert in Lasting Powers of Attorney Craig Ward returns to The College of Will Writing with his new course, Making a Lasting Power of Attorney.

From covering the types of LPAs, to legislation, taking instructions, drafting and resolving issues, this course has it all. Going in-depth into the world of LPAs, including more advanced topics such as mental capacity, abuse management, and foreign POA, with learning opportunities backed up by a mixture of case studies and practical scenarios, you’ll be sure to go away with a greater understanding of the intricacies of LPAs after this 1-day course.

 

Dates for 2024:

30th JanuaryFULLY BOOKED

1st May

4th September

Timings:  10:00 am – 4:00 pm

 

Costs:

  • £125 SWW Member Rate
  • £225 Non-SWW Member Rate

 

About the tutor:

Craig Ward, Baron of Lundie has been a tutor for The College of Will Writing for several years, primarily covering Business LPA drafting which has been exceptionally popular in recent years. Craig has also spoken at many SWW Conferences and is no stranger to educating members and other professionals on all things Lasting Power of Attorney.

 

Feedback:

The whole course was packed full of interesting and valuable content – PO

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About

The primary aims of the College are to secure proper public recognition of the professional status of the Will Writing practitioners and to raise and maintain the standards of knowledge, understanding and competence within the profession. The College regards these aims as mutually inclusive and recognises the diversity of entrants into the profession, the wide range of vocational needs, and the nature and degree of support that is obtained from the organisation of which one is associated.

Contact Us

Email: diane@willwriters.com

Tel: 01522 687888 (Option 1)

College of Will Writing,
Chancery House
Whisby Way
Lincoln
LN6 3LQ

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