Catch up with our 2021 Private Client Section conference on the challenges of older and vulnerable clients, focusing on intergenerational sharing of property when a child takes on a parent’s care needs
This conference focused on intergenerational sharing of property when a child takes on a parent’s care needs. This could be when both parties sell their homes and buy one together, when the parent sells their home and builds an annex to the child’s house, or when one sells their property and moves into the other’s home.
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Watch the sessions
1–2. Setting up the arrangement
Speakers: Cate Searle, director and head of community care law team, and Victoria Crick, community care chartered legal executive, Martin Searle Solicitors
3. Family care payments
Speaker: John Howard, lawyer, Court of Protection; property and affairs, Official Solicitor and Public Trustee
4. When things change for the child
Speaker: Ian Brownhill, barrister, 39 Essex Chambers
5. When things change for the parent (who has full mental capacity and wants to make a change)
Speaker: Ruth Hughes, barrister, 5 Stone Buildings
6. Welfare changes (when parent has lost mental capacity and welfare needs change)
Speaker: David Edwards, lawyers, healthcare and welfare team, Official Solicitor & Public Trustee