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Structuring for family law matters paper

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.

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Justine WOODS
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Linda Tapiolas
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This was presented at Expanding Private Business Series Day 5: Don't let a little issue ruin the expansion .

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