We’ve gathered our top articles from past issues of PS magazine to help private client practitioners build their skills and follow best practice. Our first collection covers management in private client practice
The government has resurrected plans for a sharp hike in probate fees on bigger estates.
Booking is now open for our elderly and vulnerable client care conference 2018, which will take place on 12 October at the Law Society in London.
This one-hour seminar will provide a review of current issues in private client practice.
The Law Society has developed a one day introductory training session to help solicitors considering a career move into wills, probate and trusts.
The Law Society’s Private Client Section annual conference 2018 is an essential event for those who manage the legal affairs on behalf of their private clients in the UK and overseas.
The business of death is changing, as technology alters the way people are living their lives. How long before blockchain technology, e-signatures and chatbots become common on the private client stage? What else is waiting in the wings? Grania Langdon-Down investigates
Communication is a critical factor in many complaints relating to legal services, according to a recent report by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Fiona du Feu examines 10 common communication areas that can make a difference
The EU General Data Protection Regulation magnifies the data privacy obligations of deputies and attorneys in relation to donors and people lacking mental capacity. Craig Ward provides a guide to the new requirements
At the conference keynote session, Paul Lewis, financial journalist and broadcaster, in conversation with John Hyde, deputy news editor of the Law Society Gazette, spoke about pricing and clarity in legal services