Published on 13 Nov 13
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
At some point, you will need to advise (or explain advice they receive) your clients as to what their potential exposure is when a stakeholder is dealing with a family law dispute. This paper covers:
- is there any way to effectively structure for these disputes?
- what are the powers of a Family Court in relation to structures
- there isn't as much flexibility in stamp duty or ITAA relief as you may think.
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
31 August 2017
Linda is a Partner in Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers’ Commercial Team. She provides a range of support services to accountants, financial planners and other professional advisers. This includes technical advice on complex tax, CGT and Div 7A issues, and acting on business sales and acquisitions to ensure clients achieve commercial and tax-effective outcomes. Prior to joining Cooper Grace Ward, Linda worked as an accountant for 18 years advising clients on capital gains, business acquisitions and restructuring. Linda also conducted seminars and training sessions on various topics, including CGT small business concessions.
- Current at
30 August 2017