Equity Release - a lawyer's perspective on good practice
The content of this presentation will give an insight into what an Equity Release specialist lawyer would look for in the deeds to a Property, what is required as a minimum by the Lender's Solicitors acting in the drawdown in an Equity Release mortgage and how this affects your clients and your client's ability to proceed quickly with the mortgage.
In addition we will explain additional advice which your clients may require in order to protect themselves and their ability to get the most out of their Equity Release mortgage post completion.
This event is only available to Chartered members.
This event has been accredited by the Personal Finance Society and the CII and can be included as part of your CII CPD requirement should you consider it relevant to your professional development needs.
Caesar & Howie, The Central Scotland Law Group
Company: Caesar & Howie, The Central Scotland Law Group
David Borrowman is Senior Partner of the Caesar and Howie Law Group, who are founder members of Solicitors for Older People Scotland. A graduate of both St Andrews and Edinburgh universities, David has experience in various areas of the law, including civil and criminal court work, commercial and residential property, and issues related to older people. He has previously been a director of ESPC and worked with the Scottish Partnership for Palliative care on the Scottish Government’s “Living and Dying Well” action plan. This is a plan designed to improve services to older people throughout Scotland. David is a stakeholder in “Good Life Good Death Good Grief” which is a charity promoting a more open and supportive approach to issues around death dying and bereavement in Scotland. David also serves on the National Advisory Group of the charity Action on Elder Abuse Scotland. Married with three adult children he lists his outside interests as “grandfather duties”. Then if they allow, playing golf, watching golf, rugby and football, whilst reading widely on history and current affairs
The hotel is located in over ten acres of picturesque landscaped grounds, overlooking Dunblane and its 12th century cathedral with the Perthshire countryside in the distance. Set in a stunning location with breathtaking views, this elegant Victorian-style hotel is under 45 minutes’ drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh. We are situated just off the M9/M80 near Stirling and are less than a mile away from Dunblane train station.
Parking (100 spaces) and WiFi is complimentary for all guests.