Taxation in Australia Vol 51(4), October 2016 – Successful Succession

Australian Taxation Institute Journal – Taxation in Australia Vol 51(4), October 2016 – Successful Succession

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Estate Proceeds Trusts: Benefits For Families by Christine Smyth, TEP, and Katerina Peiros, ATI, Hartwell Legal The poor cousin of proper planning, estate proceeds trusts are an underutilised reactive device enabling the creation of a trust where the deceased failed to do so.   Unless a testamentary trust (TT) is incorporated in the terms of the […]

Professionalism – What does it mean?

Professionalism – What does it mean?

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Ethics and Professionalism Our Partner and Deputy President of the Queensland Law Society Christine Smyth will address the IFAAA Symposium on 28 October 2016 on ethics and its importance in being a profession. “The IFAAA symposium’s theme is ‘The Road to Professionalism.’ In addition to Sanders’ speech, titled “What it takes to be a professional,” the symposium […]

Modern Advocate Lecture Series

Modern Advocate Lecture Series

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Lecture Series – A Must for Modern Advocates In the October issue of the Queensland Law Society’s Proctor magazine, we see the Queensland Chief Justice Catherine Holmes set to launch the Modern Advocate Lecture Series this month with an address on the implications for advocates’ immunity following the decision in Attwells v Jackson Lalic Lawyers […]