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Do you have ‘connections’ or ‘continuity’ with Australia? The ATO says you may still be a tax resident
03 July 15
The recent decision of Shord v Commissioner of Taxation [2015] AATA 355 highlights the inconsistent approach taken by Tribunals when looking at an individual’s residency.
Should a trustee in bankruptcy join or be joined as a party in property settlement proceedings?
01 July 15
In family law property settlement proceedings, if a spouse is declared bankrupt, the trustee in bankruptcy may join the proceedings in an effort to recover funds from the property pool to pay the bankrupt’s creditors. While in theory this approach sounds sensible, it may not always be prudent for a trustee in bankruptcy to seek to be joined or consent to being joined.

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Family law, commercial & tax issues in a relationship breakdown
15 July 15
Matrimonial and de facto disputes are becoming increasingly complex, touching on not only family law issues but also those relating to revenue, structuring and commercial considerations. In this seminar, two of our partners will discuss common family law, commercial and tax issues using a case study.
Family law, commercial & tax issues in a relationship breakdown
15 July 15
Matrimonial and de facto disputes are becoming increasingly complex, touching on not only family law issues but also those relating to revenue, structuring and commercial considerations. In this seminar, two of our partners will discuss common family law, commercial and tax issues using a case study.