Published on 21 Feb 13
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
As advisers, there is often an undue emphasis on tax implications when considering issues impacting SMEs. The longer you are in practice, the more likely you will have to contend with implications other than tax which you will need to guide your client through.
This paper covers:
- what should you consider when establishing structures from a Family Law perspective
- not all marital breakups are tax effective
- protecting assets from secured creditors does not protect assets from the Family Court.
Justine heads Cooper Grace Ward's family law group. She practices exclusively in the area of family law and is a Queensland Law Society Accredited Family Law Specialist. With a background in advocacy, Justine advises in relation to issues of divorce and separation, property settlement for both married and de facto couples, matters relating to the care of children (including surrogacy) and all aspects of child support. Current at 24 November 2014
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