Family Law Property Disputes – Trust Property

by Andrew Lind on 10 September, 14

Family Law is a complex area especially when it comes to the division of assets and marital property that includes a discretionary trust. Kennon v Spry; Spry v Kennon [2008] HCA 56 (“Spry”) was a particularly noteworthy decision, in that it was an interesting example of the Court’s ability to effectively “dismantle” complex discretionary trust structures. Click here to read what our Brisbane Family Lawyers have to say about this case and the dismantling of these trusts.

Our Brisbane Family lawyers based in Herston are experienced in Family Law matters and are well equipped to assist you at that difficult time when you find yourself at the end of a relationship. If you would like to speak with one of our Family lawyers please contact us on 07 3252 0011 to arrange a fixed fee initial consultation to find out how we can help you.

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