The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated that the legal profession needs to be capable of providing solutions to clients whatever the circumstances.
Focusing on how you can provide practical advice, our panel of specialist lawyers and accountants will look at the impact of Covid-19 on wills and powers of attorney and also consider the most important tax issues that arise in the core areas of private client work.
The applicable CGT, IHT and Income Tax implications will be looked at in depth with each speaker also emphasising the essential risk management issues that you need to consider.
Incorporating discussion on the change in practice Covid-19 has brought and its future impact, practical planning tips, highly relevant case studies, and all key developments from Budget 2020, this new virtual conference chaired by Colin Henderson of Anderson Strathern, is essential for all engaged in private client work.
Reasons to join us
Understand the impact of Covid-19 on practice now and going forward
Hear about the latest developments in tax planning advice
Consider the essential risk management steps you need to take
Learn from a multi-disciplinary panel of expert speakers
Attend Scotland’s premier legal virtual conference from your device
Wills and Powers of Attorney - adapting to a crisis and the needs of our clients John Kerrigan, Blackadders
Executry Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax – compliance and planning Alison Pryde, Gillespie Macandrew
Residential property – yet more tax changes Shirley McIntosh, Head of Tax, Scotland, RSM
Risk management for executries Simon Barber, Title Research
Case studies workshop in risk management for tax planning John Kunzler, Marsh
Title Research are the Exclusive Sponsors of The Private Client Virtual Conference