shopping_cart

Your shopping cart is empty

Elder practice - King Lear and the baby boomers last stand paper

Published on 13 Mar 19 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • what does “capable” mean?
  • what are the capacity related obligations of practitioners?
  • what are the limits and nature of the attorney’s role?
  • what if there is no Attorney and no one capable to appoint one? 
  • how do you future proof aging clients and their affairs?
  • trustee and director succession 
  • when do you recommend corporate versus individual trustees?

 

 

Author profile

Tim Tierney
Tim Tierney is the Principal of Tierney Law, a four fee earner law firm in Huonville where Tim has practiced since 1984. Tierney Law focus on Property Law, Elder Law and Rural Law. Tim is a member of the Law Society Property and Commercial Law Committee and a member of the Law Society/State Revenue Consultative Committee. - Current at 17 October 2008
Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Tim TIERNEY.

 

This was presented at 34th National Convention .

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions








Challenges with the ATO’s evolving approach to information gathering

Author(s):  Fiona Knight,  Angelina Lagana

Materials from this session:

Australia’s response to the OECD/G20 BEPS Project – What is the reality?

Author(s):  Peter MADDEN

Materials from this session:

Tax and technology: Automation, the digital economy and single touch payroll

Author(s):  Robyn Jacobson,  Colin Walker

Materials from this session:

Transfer pricing update

Author(s):  Cameron Smith

Materials from this session:

Reconstructing financing transactions: A focus on the debt and equity rules, Division 815 and thin capitalisation

Author(s):  Stuart Landsberg,  Rasool Tariq

Materials from this session:




Further details about this event:

 

Copyright Statement
click to expand/collapse