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Probate Procedures update

Event Type Law Society Professional Training
Venue Online, On- Demand
CPD Hours 2 General (by eLearning)
Date 25 February 2021 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM



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    Please Note. All log in details and materials have now been sent to all delegates booked onto this afternoon`s conference which starts at 3:00PM. If you so wish to book on you can email LSPT@lawsociety.ie or call 01 881 5727


    Aim and Objectives

    This seminar, presented by the Probate, Administration and Trusts Committee in partnership with Law Society Professional Training, is aimed at probate practitioners. It will provide a practice & procedure update with a focus on the new Probate and Revenue forms.

    Topics and Issues to be covered 
    Completion of the new Probate Office forms and fees
    Completion of the Revenue SA 2 Form
    Changes in practice 


    Padraic Courtney, Solicitor, Course Manager, Secretary to Probate and Trusts Committee, Law Society of Ireland


    John Glennon, Probate Officer, Dublin
    John Glennon BL MBA is the High Court Probate Officer. He was appointed to that post in July of 2018. Other than a period of time spent working as Head of Administration in the Law Reform Commission he has spent his entire career working in various offices of the Supreme and High Court. He has worked on two occasions in the Central office of the High Court and has also worked in the Wards of Court Office, the Taxing Masters Office and the Probate Office. He has also worked as a full time Registrar in the High Court. Following the establishment of the Courts Service John was appointed as the first Personnel Officer and subsequently became the Director of Human Resources. In recent years he was appointed as Examiner of the High Court and more recently appointed Probate Officer. John also served as a member of the Courts Service Board in recent years. He was called to the Bar in 1988

    Mark Bradshaw, National CAT Unit, Revenue, Dublin
    Mark Bradshaw has worked in various roles within the Revenue Commissioners since 2008. He is the manager of the National Capital Acquisitions Tax Unit in Personal Division and led the development of the Statement of Affairs (Probate) Form SA.2 for Revenue.

    Anne Stephenson, Stephenson Solicitors.
    Anne is a member of STEP, the Probate Committee of the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association, the Probate Administration and Trusts Committee of the Law Society of Ireland, and the Probate Liaison Committee. Anne has practised and taught law for more than 25 years. Anne lectures and tutors on the Law Society’s PPCI. Anne is a co-founder and vice president of Solicitors for the Elderly Ireland and is a co-author of three Oxford University Press books. In her practice, Anne has been retained by major financial institutions, private clients, and other professional legal and financial firms both within Ireland and overseas to provide advice and services in the areas of Wills, Trusts, Capital Taxes, Estate Planning, Probate, and the Administration of Estates.




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