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Estate administration best practice roundtable: Best of Intentions

When someone leaves a will, how do you know you have the right one? Or that the beneficiaries are who they say they are - that is if you can find them. These were just some of the elements of estates administration best practice that PCA panellists discussed in our inaugural roundtable

2 February 2016

 

 


THE PANEL

Matthew Duncan, Partner, Kingsley Napley

Miles Croally, Barrister, Field Court Chambers

Victoria Mahon de Palacios, Senior Associate, Wedlake Bell

Neil Fraser, Partner, Fraser and Fraser

Simon Mitchell, Partner, Adams and Remers

Terence Bennett, Senior Associate, Charles Russell Speechlys

Chair, Clarissa Dann,PCA


 

Clarissa Dann: When should a will search be conducted? Before the grant of probate or the letter of administration, or not? At what point would you even look to see whether there was one?

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