Townsends Business & Corporate Lawyers has launched an estate planning course for advisers in response to the growing demand for advice regarding inter-generational wealth transfer.
The Real Life Estate Plans course, scheduled to begin on 23 March 2017, is a scenario-based course focused on the types of client scenarios advisers are expected to encounter on a regular basis.
SuperCentral chief operations officer Nikki Rivers said with Australia entering the greatest period of inter-generational wealth transfer in history, advisers are increasingly looking to integrate estate planning into their practice.
“The course was developed in response to the many advisers who asked us for a practical training course in estate planning,” Ms Rivers said.
“The demand for estate planning is rapidly growing and advisers will need to come up to speed if they wish to remain current and be able to meet the requirements of their clients.”
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