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Family law & superannuation paper

Published on 28 May 09 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • introduction to interaction of family law and superannuation
  • recent expansion of federal jurisdiction for family law to cover marriages, de-facto relationships and same sex couples
  • superannuation "splitting"
  • superannuation and financial agreements
  • family law and self managed funds.

Author profile:

Barry Frakes
Barry is an accredited specialist in family law with 24 years experience in family law. He is a Partner at Watts McCray Lawyers Australia's largest specialist family law firm with offices in Sydney, Parramatta and Canberra. He is the former deputy registrar/mediator of the family court and is an accredited mediator. Barry is a member of the International Association of Matrimonial Lawyers ( IAML) and member of the Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators (AIFLAM). Current at 01 April 2009
 

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