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ACCA to Start Authorising Members for Probate

By Jo Parker

ICAEW have been authorising individuals and accountancy firms to carry out non-contentious probate work for clients for some time now and the ACCA is now able to offer the same authorisation to their members and member firms. A member holding a practising certificate and having completed a relevant course and assessment in probate will be eligible to apply to register as an authorised legal activities individual (ALAI). SWAT’s Certificate in Probate and Estate Administration provides the training required to apply for authorisation for probate and ACCA have confirmed that they will accept those who have passed the SWAT programme. We are running our probate course and assessment throughout 2018 (click for details).

Members are not eligible to undertake probate work through ACCA unless the firm(s) in which they practise hold a Firm’s Legal Activities Certificate (FLAC) from ACCA. There is no fee to register as an ALAI but there is a fee for a FLAC in 2018 of £250 per ALAI.

The ACCA website provides some more information for anyone interested in this area.

For more information on how SWAT can support your practice with probate, please click here or call us on 0845 450 5555*.

 

April 2018 

 

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