Published on 16 Sep 21
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- The nature and effect of nationality, domicile and residence
- Jurisdictional issues
- Domestic tax issues
- Certain state taxes, particularly NSW
- FIRB considerations.
Bryan was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1992 after having completed degrees in Commerce and Law at the University of Queensland and articles of clerkship. Since then he has pursued postgraduate study at QUT and the College of Law in the areas of estate planning and Wills and Estates generally. More recently Bryan was awarded Master of Laws (Applied Laws – Wills & Estates) from the College of Law. He works almost exclusively in the area of Wills and Estates, including Estate Planning, Elder Law, Estate Administration and Estate Disputes. Bryan has a special interest in helping parents who have a child with a disability, with their estate planning. Bryan is a regular public speaker and has had the privilege of presenting papers for the Queensland Law Society, the Queensland branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, Lexis Nexis and Legalwise and workshops for the College of Law. Bryan was one of the early members of the Queensland Branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and presently serves as Chair. Further, Bryan has been a Fellow of the Taxation Institute for a number of years and is currently a member of the Queensland Law Society Succession Law Committee.
- Current at
22 September 2021