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Preparing effectively for non-resident estate beneficiaries.

Publication date: 02 Jul 12 | Source: WEEKLY TAX BULLETIN

Issue: Issue 28, 29 June 2012


This article highlights some of the Australian tax implications of certain estate assets passing to a non-resident beneficiary under the Will of an Australian resident.

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Chris Tsovolos FTI
Chris Tsovolos FTI, is an Executive Lawyer in the Private Client Services team of Bartier Perry. Chris has experience in providing specialist services to high net wealth individuals and privately held businesses in his core areas of practice, being taxation issues and appeals, superannuation structuring, estate and business succession planning and asset protection. Chris is a Fellow of The Tax Institute and an Accredited Advisor with Family Business Australia. - Current at 21 October 2015
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Andrew Frankland CTA
Andrew Frankland, CTA is a partner at Bartier Perry Lawyers and holds qualifications in both accounting and law. He has many years’ experience providing comprehensive estate and business succession planning services including structuring, tax advice and the implementation of all relevant documentation. The 2017 Doyles Guide listed Andrew as a Leading Lawyer in NSW and a Recommended Lawyer for Australia in the area of Wills, Estates & Succession Planning - Current at 19 September 2018
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