Why do estate planning? And what is it anyway?
Tuesday, 5 October 2021 | 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
How will your life be affected by the death of another, and how will you be remembering them?
And how will you be remembered?
Self-interest can and should drive the estate planning process. By looking at estate planning from this perspective, the issues become more real. It is the person who is left behind to whom estate planning matters most. Let this be you.
Peter Bobbin, is an expert in estate planning and is passionate about sharing that expertise.
He has very kindly agreed to contribute his time to ASA for free to discuss this important topic and has made available a series of 22 short videos covering everything you need to know about when preparing a will.
To launch this new series, Peter, will share some practical estate planning tips with ASA members.
Join this webinar to learn about the importance of effective estate planning strategies.
Hosted by: ASA CEO, Rachel Waterhouse
About This Presenter
Peter Bobbin, Principal Lawyer at Coleman Greig
Peter Bobbin is a Principal Lawyer at Coleman Greig, having joined the firm as part of our 2019 integration with Argyle Lawyers.
With over 30 years’ experience in superannuation and taxation in both the personal and commercial arena, there is no case too complex for Peter. He is well known for his fine planning and strategic skills in the areas of tax, estate and business succession planning, commercial structuring, trusts, ATO litigation management, regulatory compliance and general commercial issues.
Peter is passionate about his practice and his open communication style allows his clients to understand the issues from a practical perspective, working with them to provide tailored solutions to achieve successful outcomes.
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