Identifying Complex Assets in Property Settlements

Family Law Act 1975, gives the family courts wide ranging powers to alter the property interests of parties to a property settlement application, however to exercise those powers the parties and court must first identify the existing legal and equitable property interests of the parties.  In this program, James Tan, from Corney & Lind Lawyers in Brisbane, looks at the task facing lawyers in identifying a party’s legal and equitable interests in assets, concentrating on some of the more complex assets that may or may not form part of the property pool available to be divided in particular case. 

[37 minutes] [0.62 CPD units]



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 Price:  $33.00 (Inclusive of GST)