Deanna Constable

Tax implications of settlements and separations

With the increasing use of more complex financial structures, such as family trusts, companies and self-managed superannuation funds, separating couples' financial assets are also becoming more complex to negotiate and settle. In any restructuring of a couple's financial affairs when negotiating a property settlement, proper consideration must be given to any tax implications.

Our team has many years of experience in this area, and our lawyers specialise in complex financial and property settlements. We understand the tax implications which may need to be addressed and incorporated into any settlement negotiations.

Tax implications of settlements and separations - further reading

 



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