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Publication - 09 Jul 19

There is an increasing trend toward creating a discretionary family trust for the purpose of asset protection and tax minimisation. In light of this, it is important to understand how family trusts may be treated in family law proceedings. Read More

Publication - 27 May 19

In determining a client's entitlement to a property settlement on the breakdown of a relationship, family lawyers are of course, required to consider not only the assets of the parties, but also their liabilities. Those liabilities often include mortgages and credit card debts, however the taxation liabilities of the parties... Read More

News - 08 Apr 19

When it comes to children, arrangements for their care following a separation are determined according to what is in their best interests. Unfortunately, the position in relation to who retains pets after a separation is far less certain. Given the rise of pet ownership in Australia, and their cherished and beloved position... Read More

Publication - 21 Dec 18

The interaction of family law and wills and estates law after a person’s death can have significant consequences on the allocation of property between married and de facto couples. The two jurisdictions converge regularly, particularly in the areas of incapacity (guardianship and administration), family law maintenance, property division, trusts, superannuation,... Read More

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