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Asset Protection

Asset protection to be successful must protect or significantly reduce a client’s risk by insulating their business and personal assets from the claims of creditors.

It is an integral part of an individual, business or company financial strategy. The right advice in structuring your financial affairs is non-negotiable in today’s world.

Our team are experienced in this area and understand the myriad of legislation and statutory requirements to ensure any structure will stand up to scrutiny and is legally sound.

We have advised numerous clients as to how to best structure their affairs. Our client list includes individuals, accountants and financial advisors.

We are also regularly engaged by banks, companies, trustees, liquidators, administrators and receivers to assess structures to see if they are legally sound when it comes to challenging those arrangements.

When providing advice to our clients we listen to their issues, engage with them to understand their needs and work collaboratively with their other advisors to ensure that our advice is legally sound and in keeping with their wishes.

We provide our clients with a specific individualised written plan that outlines their expectations and the costs.

Unlike other law practices our commitment to our clients does not end with the initial plan or advice. We actively seek to provide ongoing advice, support and education.

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