WASFR Investor’s Group Seminar
13 April @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Speakers: Shirley Tascone and Emily Nixon:
Topic: Wills and estate planning matters including:
- Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA)
- Advanced Health Directive (AHD)/ substitute decision-maker (uploading AHD to MyHealth record)
- Estate planning – Executors & Probate
- Getting Your Affairs In Order
Emily Nixon obtained her law degree from Murdoch University and was admitted to practice in 2005. Emily’s experience includes conducting complex Trust and Estate litigation (including Family Provision Claims) in the Supreme Court of Western Australia. She also has considerable experience in the drafting of Wills and other legal documents. Further, whilst working at the Public Trustee, Emily gained broad experience in Guardianship and Administration matters, often appearing at the State Administrative Tribunal. Shirley Tascone graduated from Murdoch University with double degree (Law and Commerce) and was admitted to practice in 2006. Shirley’s passion is to educate people about the importance of having a Will. Shirley has given numerous presentations to members of the public about Wills, the downside of using homemade Will Kits and the effects of a poorly drafted Will. Shirley was recognised by the Doyles Guide for experience in Wills and estates in Western Australia.
Entry Charge: WASFR Members free; Visitors $10
Morning Tea/Coffee: $3
- 13 April
9:30 am – 11:30 am
- Event Category:
- Investor’s Group Seminars
- Peter Farr
Cambridge Bowling Club
Floreat, WA, 6014 Australia + Google Map
WA Self Funded Retirees meet on the second Friday each month at Cambridge Bowling Club, Chandler Avenue West, Floreat. Meetings start at 10am with the guest speaker usually starting after morning tea (about 11am).
Due to the current issue with Covid-19, members are invited to bring their own cup (if they wish), paper cups will be available. Where possible, the usual restrictions regarding the 1.5 metre rule will be observed and hand sanitiser will be available on entry.
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Disclaimer – Please note that nothing written or spoken in the course of WASFR meetings, talks given or any publications is to be construed as advice to members or visitors.