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As part of our commitment to providing a value-added service to Australian small businesses, Australianbiz regularly publish articles on asset protection & structuring isses. These articles are provided by McCullough Robertson.


About McCullough Robertson 

McCullough Robertson, is a full service commercial law firm with proven capacity and capability to handle the complex legal issues facing business today. 

With over 400 partners, lawyers and support staff, McCullough Robertson is ranked as Queensland’s largest law firm, listed in the BRW Top 20 law firms in Australia and named `Brisbane Law Firm of the Year’ for 2009 and 2010, and ‘Employer of Choice’ for 2009 by Australasian Legal Business.

The firm has one of Australia's leading tax and commercial advisory practices and has recently established the innovative 'elawyer' web based legal solution for accountants and advisors.

For specialist asset protection, taxation & structuring advice, contact John Ioannou, Partner, on (07) 3233 8774.


Alternatively, click here to visit the McCullough Robertson website.


To read an article, click on the subject matter:



Using Trusts For Asset Protection September, 2018
Licensing Your Business to a Related Company June, 2018
Strategies for Passing Control of Assets in a Family Trust March, 2018
Small Business Restructure Rollover December, 2017
Should SMSF Trust Deeds Be Amended? September, 2017
Reduced Company Tax Rate - Opportunity to Incorporate June, 2017
Issues to Consider when Allotting or Transferring Private Company Shares March, 2017
Issues to Consider in Restructuring a Small Business December, 2016
Shareholders Agreements - Why Are They Important? September, 2016
Protecting Assets without Triggering Tax Liabilities June, 2016



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