Webinars

We like to share our knowledge to raise the bar across the industry.

How it Works.

We’ve produced numerous webinars to explain the intricacies of our industry and how we work with solicitors, the public sector and beneficiaries alike.

To view a video, you need to register using your email address. Don’t panic we don’t collect these for marketing purposes. You will then be emailed an entry usage code, valid for 30 days, which you need to enter once you click the link to play the video. You will need to do this same process for each video you’d like to watch.

It’s worth noting that the code is generated based on your IP address, in other words the location of the internet source you are using, so if you try to view the video in a different location to the one where you generated the code, you may have to re-request it.

Any issues gaining access please contact; pc@estateresearch.co.uk

How Our Teams Can Assist With Estate Administration.

 

In this 60 minute webinar we talk about the intestate services we offer including our family tree check and what to do if you have no administrator. We also cover the testate services and indemnity policies available.

 

 

Family Tree Check, Testate Services & Indemnities Available.

 

In this 30 minute webinar we talk about the risks involved in relying on family testimony when dealing with intestacies. We also talk about particular problems that can occur when dealing with wills and explain the testate services that we offer. Finally, we discuss the range of indemnity policies available.

 

Guide to International Services.

 

 

In this 15 minute webinar we talk about the range of overseas services we offer including dealing with properties, bank accounts and shares.

 

 

 

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