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MEET | THE | EXPERTS - Cross Border Mental Capacity

Join us for the next MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar on Wednesday 21 October at 11.30am.

Partner Corinne Staves will chair a discussion by panelists Julia Abrey (partner in the private client and tax division  and head of the Withers LLP International Elder law team), Anna Gaston (Counsel, Maurice Turnor Gardner) and Michael Fischer (Partner, Fischer Ramp Partner AG) who will explore the following.

  • The legal frameworks to address mental capacity issues.
  • Managing the different approaches to support internationally mobile clients.
  • Planning for international clients.
  • Handling issues in practice, including where there has been no planning.
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Finally, while we would not normally mention this, MTG is currently undertaking a (virtual) Land End to John O’Groats challenge to raise funds for its charity of the year, Mind.  More information can be found here, if you would like to consider making a donation.  Many thanks.

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