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The increasingly litigious superannuation environment paper

Published on 18 Jul 19 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • some basics about superannuation law
  • binding death benefit nominations (BDBNs)
  • McIntosh v McIntosh
  • Brine v Carter
  • Burgess v Burgess
  • Gonciarz v Bienias
  • re Marsella (No 2)
  • take-away points.

Author profile

Caite Brewer
Caite of Callinan Chambers has been a Barrister and a Solicitor for more than 24 years. She is one of only four Queensland Law Society (QLS) accredited specialists in succession law at the Queensland Bar and was the highest achiever in her graduating year. Caite was named one of Australia’s “preeminent” junior counsel in Estate Litigation in the 2017 Doyle’s List. She is a member of Hemmant’s List and a regular presenter at seminars on wills, estates and trust law issues. Her particular interests are in contentious probate matters, will construction and rectification cases and informal will applications. - Current at 12 July 2018
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