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Beware of Standard Form Trust Deeds

Many people use discretionary or family trusts in their asset holding, for perceived asset protection and income distribution advantages. Often, these trust deeds are bought “off the shelf” by providing basic information to the supplier which then issues the trust deeds in a standard form. For the purposes of estate planning, there are a number […]

Superannuation and Bankruptcy

If a person is bankrupted, many of their assets are available to the trustee in bankruptcy to be realised and applied for the benefit of the trustee’s fees and creditors.  But does this include amounts in a superannuation fund? The answer is generally no, however as is typical, there are exceptions.  While each matter depends […]