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Property Law Refresher for Family Lawyers VIDEO

Property Law Refresher for Family Lawyers VIDEO

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For family lawyers, understanding the ways and means by which your clients can best secure “their” slice of the family’s property and protect their assets can help you become a more effective advocate for their interests. This video provides a useful refresher for family lawyers on relevant property law issues and practical tips for advising clients in relation to these matters.

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  • Full Description

    For family lawyers, understanding the ways and means by which your clients can best secure “their” slice of the family’s property and protect their assets can help you become a more effective advocate for their interests.

    This video provides a useful refresher for family lawyers on relevant property law issues and practical tips for advising clients in relation to these matters.

    It provides an overview of recent developments and what they mean for you, in addition to common tax issues and other considerations you should be aware of.

  • Presenter

    Robyn Wheeler, Barrister, Victorian Bar

    Robyn was admitted to practice in 1985 commencing her career at the family law firm of Ridgeway Clements. In 1990 she commenced working at Slater & Gordon, building up a substantial family law practice and subsequently becoming a partner and accredited specialist. Robyn has acted as a solicitor/advocate doing much of her own appearance work. This included running successful and reported trials for spouses aggrieved by the then new child support legislation. She sat on a number of Law Institute Family Law Advisory Committees. Robyn was called to the Bar in 1998 and practises in all areas of family law and de facto property matters.

  • Topics

    Topics covered include:

    • protection of family property interests
    • caveats and caveatable interests
    • tax issues in family property settlements
    • matrimonial home and business assets – implications of ownership transfer and tax consequences
    • tax planning structures
    • review of recent developments in property settlement disputes.