Miscellaneous 2006

A matter of trusts: Trusts and the Family Law Act 1975

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Apr 2006

The Family Law Act 1975 (FLA) and the Family Court have come a long way since the High Court decision in Ascot Investments (see note 1 at end) which was decided 25 years ago. However, issues about the extent of the jurisdiction of the Family Court, the ability to bring interests in trusts into the matrimonial pool and the enforceability of Family Court orders against third parties appear to remain. So what has changed over the past 25 years?

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  • Published By: Rod Payne
  • Published On:1 Apr 2006

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