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The Public Trustee is proud to be part of the North West Expo, to be held at the Broome Recreation & Aquatic Centre on Saturday 4 May 2013 to Sunday 5 May 2013. Visit our stall at the Expo to learn about:
The Public Trustee is holding a free community education seminar in honour of Law Week 2013.
EVENT: Wills, Estate Planning and Administration of Deceased Estates
DATE: Friday 17 May 2013
TIME: 10:30am to 12pm
REGISTER: Phone 1300 746 116
INFO: Seats are strictly limited. Registration essential.
The Public Trustee is partnering with the Department for Communities and the Office of the Public Advocate to offer an information session about:
For more information, see the Carers' Future Planning Session PDF.
The City of Melville will be hosting the a free community education session by the Public Trustee about how you can make informed choices about your Will, Enduring Powers and the administration of Deceased Estates.
Date: Monday 10 June 2013
Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm
Venue: Conference Room Level 2, Civic Centre
10 Almondbury Road
Booragoon WA 6154
(Attendance is free but registration is essential. Telephone 1300 635 845 to reserve your seat).
Light refreshments and copies of relevant publications will be provided.
The Public Trustee regularly holds information sessions for community organisations who would like to learn more about the Public Trustee and its services including Wills, Deceased Estates and Financial Administration.
While we would love to accommodate all requests, due to resource constraints, we are unable to help with talks for audiences smaller than 40 people. If you would like the Public Trustee to speak at your event but are unable to gather the required number of people, you may wish to consider partnering with another organisation or group who may also be interested.
Contact our Marketing and Communications Officer to discuss booking a speaker for your event.
The WA Will Bank is a community service that safely stores Western Australian Wills in our purpose-built, fire-proof vault, keeping them safe from loss, theft and damage. It is free to store your own Will in the WA Will Bank.
To find out more about the WA Will Bank, visit the WA Will Bank page.
The Public Trustee, together with the Office of the Public Advocate, runs a 3-hour session to help Private Administrators better understand what is required of them.
There will be four sessions held this year:
We recommend booking early as places are limited and cannot be reserved without confirmed payment.
Last Updated: 26-Apr-2013
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