When caring for a loved one it can be a legal minefield. Is leaving a Will straightforward? What if your loved one loses mental capacity? What do some of the legal terms mean? This seminar, run by Carer Support Wiltshire, will provide a clear and insightful introduction to all the key things you need to know when caring for a loved one.
I am delighted to invite you to this year’s Agrilaw which, in conjunction with the Salisbury Playhouse, we are bringing to you in the context of a play. Our topical case study concerning a family owned farm, farmed through a farming company, will see professional actors from the Salisbury Playhouse take the parts of the main characters. Our own team of specialists will then guide you through the legal questions that arise. The intention is to provide an entertaining and informative morning, in a seminar which will consider legal problems faced by farmers and landowners and how these might be resolved. I do hope you will be able to join us for this happy mix of legal know-how and practical advice. Alison Bailey Chairman and Property Partner
I am delighted to invite you to the annual Wilsons’ Seminar for Charity Legacy Officers. As ever, the day is presented in association with the Institute of Legacy Management, with a discounted rate for ILM members.
This course, run by the Charity Finance Group (CFG), provides the opportunity to learn from experienced advisers to charities about the environment in which charities operate and the particular aspects of their governance, management and finances, which makes them different to businesses and the public sector.
Alexander Learmonth of New Square Chambers will discuss the recent High Court decision about the estate of Joan Mary Pittaway.
We invite you to join us for an informal event to walk through the changes to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), and the ways you can capitalise on the opportunities they present.