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      Cancer Research UK's Solicitors' Continuous Professional Development Event in Penrith

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      November 13, 2019

      Wednesday   9:00 AM

      Rheged Centre
      Penrith, Cumbria

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      Cancer Research UK's Solicitors' Continuous Professional Development Event

      Event Overview Cancer Research UK offer free to attend CPD sessions for law firms in the UK. We work with our partner firms to deliver the most up-to-date and relevant continuous professional development content and topics for solicitors. Today's event will explore the topics of: Charities as Beneficiaries, Residential Nil Rate Band, and Inheritance Claims and Disputed Wills. A brief summary of our speakers and these topics can be found below. Guest Speaker: Sarah Murphy- Partner at Brabners Topic: Residential Nil Rate Band -a refresher Guest Speaker: A member of The Litigation team at Brabners Topic: Inheritance Claims and Disputed Wills Cancer Research UK are often the lead charity in the administration of estates and we work closely with legal professionals and other charities in order to expand on our knowledge and expertise across the legal and third sector. Guest Speaker: Rod Etherington- Legacy Management Officer at Cancer Research UK Topic: Charities as Beneficiaries This session will provide a journey through legacy administration for private client solicitors from a charity perspective and will include case history as reference. Highlighting the technicalities of charitable legacies and the issues arising with charitable beneficiaries, the session is designed as a continuing competence opportunity for solicitors who handle trusts and estates, particularly where gifts to charity are included. This event concludes with a short talk by Tim Hudson, Research Engagement Manager at the CRUK Manchester Institute entitled "CRUK Research in the North of England”. To register please complete the registration form link or contact Your details are safe with us. Check out our Privacy Policy for more details. IMPORTANT - Places are limited and registrations for this event will close on 8th November 2019 FAQs What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There are 250 spaces on site, plus disabled parking. It is free to park.  

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