The Kings Chambers Court of Protection team invites you to the first annual Property & Affairs Conference to be held in Leeds. This conference is vital for all solicitors or in-house lawyers who specialise in elderly law and property and affairs. The conference will provide indispensable information in relation to the powers of a deputy, its remuneration, private deprivation of liberty and how it affects a deputy and probate issues. District Judge Glentworth, a prominent nominated Court of Protection Judge who regularly presides over property and affairs, will provide the keynote talk. It is a must attend event, which will be followed by lunch and a networking event thereafter.
The Kings Property & Affairs Group (KPA) regularly advise and represent parties in relation, among other things, to: applications for the appointment of deputies; disputes concerning the conduct of deputies, including application for their removal or for the provision of accounts; applications for statutory wills; applications authorising transactions proposed by a Deputy; applications authorising the bringing of defending of legal proceedings; applications for the approval of the settlement of property on behalf of a patient or for the variation of trusts or wills; issues arising in the provision of care home services, charging for community care and the availability of NHS continuing care; and the lawfulness of charging for top-ups in aftercare, and the availability for service charges in sheltered accommodation.
8.30 AM Registration
9.00 AM Keynote Address with District Judge Margaret Glentworth
9.30 AM Deprivation of Assets by Arianna Kelly
10.15 AM The Court of Protection's power to regulate deputies and attorneys by Sam Karim QC
11.00 AM Break
11.30 AM Mental Capacity in Probate by Matthew Hall
12.15 PM Deputies and Private DOLs by Francesca P. Gardner
1.00 PM Q & A
1.15 PM Lunch
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