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Published on 27 May 04
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Marriage breakdown and superannuation have provided practitioners with issues regarding member's equitable interests. These issues were addressed by changes, which have been with us for over a year, enabling superannuation interests to be divided upon marriage breakdown by agreement or court order.
This paper discusses the changes briefly and explores the practical issues that have emerged since inception.
Chris is a specialist Superannuation Lawyer and is known to most within the superannuation industry in WA. Chris specialises in superannuation and tax law which includes the preparation of trust deeds and other related documents as well as providing a range of advice on all superannuation law and tax related matters Current at 1 May 2008
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