- 20 & 21 April 2021
- 16 & 17 June 2021
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Revised and updated for 2020, this course is an introduction to some of the issues around probate and family law that impact on money advice. It will explain why not all debts ‘die’ with the death of the debtor. It will also explain the limitations of the family court when it comes to dealing with debts and the effect of bankruptcy on the family court’s powers to deal with financial
Who should attend?
Delegates should be experienced money advisers. They need to understand the effect of joint and several liability and be familiar with advising clients as to the effects of bankruptcy.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
• identify who will be liable to pay a deceased’s debts,
• recognise the circumstances when an insolvency administration order may be made,
• explain to a client the options available to the family court when dealing with debts on divorce,
• advise clients how a bankruptcy order affects a claim for a financial provision following divorce.
CPD: 4.5 hours
Duration: One day