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State taxes and othe predators presentation

Published on 18 Apr 12 by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • state taxes
  • divorce
  • litigation
  • death
  • family provision claims.

Author profile:

Steven Bishop
Steve Bishop obtained his Law degree from the University of Tasmania in 1974, and was admitted to practice in 1976. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Advanced Family Law from the University of Melbourne and is trained both as a mediator and arbitrator. He is a member of the Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Tribunal. Steve lectured at what is now the University of Western Sydney in Taxation and Corporate Law. He has been a board member of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce for approximately ten years, has been a member of the Council of the Law Society of Tasmania, Vice President of the Family Law Practitioner’s Association of Tasmania, and has worked as General Counsel in an ASX listed company. Steve has appeared as Counsel in hundreds of trials, including some ground-breaking decisions by the Full Court of the Family Court. He practices in all areas of property and commercial law, and has a particular interest in complex family law property settlements and the financial, taxation and planning issues associated with them. Current at 03 May 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Steven BISHOP.
 

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