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Testamentary trusts paper


This paper covers:

  • when will a testamentary trust be established?
  • how to ensure that the right person gets the benefit of an asset
  • differentiating between an executor and a trustee of a testamentary trust
  • controlling testamentary trusts through multiple generations
  • rights and obligations of trustees of testamentary trusts
  • rights of aggrieved beneficiaries of a testamentary trust.

Author profile

Laura Hanrahan
Laura is a Senior Associate with HopgoodGanim Lawyers in Brisbane. She practices exclusively in the areas of superannuation, estate planning and administration. She assists clients in a range of matters including wills, testamentary trusts, powers of attorney, superannuation, family discretionary trusts and the administration of deceased estates. She has a background that includes family law, business services and taxation and is experienced to deal with the variety of issues associated with preparing comprehensive estate plans for clients. A member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and the SMSF Association of Australia, Laura regularly presents papers on relevant superannuation and estate matters to various industry audiences. - Current at 29 May 2019
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