Welcome to probate news 7 where we launch a new consultation on our best practice guide to price and service transparency, highlight further resources for the 2019 probate diversity survey and provide links to key news and resources from around ICAEW.
Latest Probate News
Probate News is a regulatory update produced by ICAEW's professional standards team. Here you’ll find the latest probate technical guidance and best practice information. We email the firm’s probate compliance partner or head of legal practice when a new issue of Probate News is available.
In this issue, we launch more new resources to support you and your clients, new guidance on deed transactions, updates to the engagement letter helpsheet and information ahead of the probate diversity survey.
In this issue, we launch new resources to support our probate firms including new FAQs and the ICAEW accredited for probate logo, highlight new research – Diversity and the accountancy profession and ask for your feedback on the funding of ICAEW probate related activities.
In this issue, access pricing transparency recommendations, ethical considerations for probate practitioners, your views on a probate online community, DBS changes for new AIs and the Probate Committee is recruiting.
Welcome to Probate News 3; your update containing the latest probate technical guidance and best practice advice. In this issue access the diversity data collection report, principal criteria checklist and the new probate and estate administration checklist.
The second issue of Probate News covers: diversity data collection, probate registry office certification requirements, updated guidance for probate firms and more.
The first issue of Probate News covers: research into the effectiveness of client care letters, ICAEW's application to regulate further legal services and a SWAT webinar covering the application process and benefits of obtaining a licence.
If you have any questions relating to any of these articles, please contact our technical advisory services team, +44 (0)1908 248 250.