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Family Law - Asset Protection and Business Valuations

Published on 08 Mar 2006 | Took place at Stamford Plaza Adelaide , SA

Clients are always seeking to protect their personal and business assets. Business and personal relationships are always evolving and unfortunately some clients' personal relationships do break down.

Advisers need to be proactive in seeking to limit clients' potential exposure in advance of a separation and these materials consider the more relevant asset protection strategies that may assist them.

Clients that are involved in business face more complex issues. Hugh McPharlin discusses the various valuation methods of businesses and the needs of independent valuation reports in the event of a relationship breakdown.

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Individual sessions

Asset protection strategies with respect to marriages and defacto relationships

Author(s):  Greg HOWE

Topics covered in this paper include:

  • spousal maintenance
  • property settlement
  • super splitting
  • pre nuptial arrangements
  • de facto relationships
  • Family Trust Elections
  • how do you take into account CGT issues?
  • practical nasties and recent developments.
Materials from this session:

Valuations of businesses

Author(s):  Hugh MCPHARLIN

Topics covered in this paper include:

  • various valuation methods
  • complicating factors
  • who can value a business?
  • challenging valuation reports.
Materials from this session: