Pinney Talfourd Webinar Series


 Please note all further webinars in this series have been cancelled and will shortly be available to view on our website as recordings. *

We have launched our new weekly webinar series focused on private client law. Members of the team will give 30-minute presentations and be available for a virtual Q&A session afterwards.

The webinar series

Inheritance Tax webinar – this will consider Inheritance Tax and explain what Inheritance Tax is, when it is applicable, and review some estate planning options available. Presented by Senior Associate Kayleigh O’Donnell.

Lasting Powers of Attorney webinar – this consider both types of LPAs, their significance when caring for a loved one and how you put them in place. Presented by Solicitor Nicholas Conway.

Probate webinar – dealing with a loved one’s estate after their death is often incredibly hard. This webinar will explain the process, highlight some things to be aware of and explain how we can help. Presented by Associate Christopher Dickinson.

Wills and care fee planning webinar – this will look at making a will, why a will is so important and what care fee planning options are available to you. Presented by one of the above speakers.

DatesRunning to the end of 2020 and beyond, the following dates are currently available to book:

Friday 8 January 2021  *CancelledLasting Powers of Attorney webinar13:00-13:30
Friday 15 January 2021 *CancelledProbate webinar13:00-13:30
Friday 22 January 2021 *CancelledWills & care fee planning webinar13:00-13:30

How to join

The webinars will all be run via the Zoom platform. Complete the registration form on this page and select the webinar you wish to attend. You will then be sent the Zoom details for the webinar in due course.

More informationIf you require any further information please contact our marketing team on or call 01708 229444 and ask to speak to Joanna Smith or Ross Gale.   

The contents of this article are for the purposes of general awareness only. They do not purport to constitute legal or professional advice. Specific legal advice should be taken on each individual matter. This article is based on the law as of November 2020.


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