CLE Units: 2
Jane Needham SC, St James Hall Chambers and Pamela Suttor, L. Rundle & Co Solicitors
What does happen when the deceased is a Japanese national, domiciled in Indonesia and subject to the laws of that country applicable to non-Muslims, who dies with both legitimate and extra-marital children and an unfinalised property settlement, leaving assets in four different countries including Australia? **
This CLE seminar will provide an overview of the following areas:
- Essential validity of wills
- The lex situs and the lex domicilii
- Personal and real property
- Problems peculiar to intestacy
- Deciding the proper forum
**An example only – see Murakami v Wiryadi and Ors  NSWCA 7
Jane Needham SC of St James’ Hall Chambers and Pamela Suttor of
L Rundle & Co Solicitors are our speakers for this seminar.
Both are experienced practitioners dealing with problems arising out of real cases.
Jane specialises in Succession Law and has both lectured on this topic and spoken at professional development conferences.
She was part of the Bar Association’s consultative committees on the introduction of the Succession Act 2006.
She provides advice to clients on succession planning as well as acting in all aspects of estate litigation.
Pamela, Principal of L Rundle & Co Solicitors, is chair of the Elder Law & Succession Committee, the Specialist Accreditation Wills and Estates Advisory Committee and co-chair of the Law Council National Elder Law & Succession Committee.
She regularly contributes to the Law Society Journal and is a former Regional Society President.
Simone Checchia, Solicitor, Milne Berry Berger & Freedman Solicitors & Mediators and Member of the NSW Young Lawyers Family Law Committee
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