We recently wrote to our existing customer base and networks in an effort to help explain the difference between our trust deeds, and some of our more well-known competitors. In particular, we wanted to discuss the concepts of legal risk and legal assurance and whether you are really getting value for money when you use another provider. Read on...

We understand that as a commercial law firm you may from time to time incorporate new companies on behalf of your clients. Have you considered the time, costs, and administrative burden involved in performing this task in-house? Why not simplify your workflows and outsource to the company registration specialists? Read on...

A business name does not give you exclusive trading rights over the name of your business. The obligation to register a business name is a legal obligation which is entirely separate to any steps that business owners may take to protect any intellectual property rights in a name or brand, such as registering a trade mark. Read on...

Invariably there will be times where documents get lost or destroyed. If this happens and you need to replace a lost deed, then we can arrange a deed of confirmation through our lawyers. It is, however, essential that you try and locate a copy of the document first because of the potential difficulties involved. Read on...

How much time, costs or administrative burden are you spending to keep on top of your corporate registry obligations with ASIC? If you would rather focus time on your organisation’s core activities then you should consider outsourcing your corporate registry maintenance to ABN Australia. Read on...

State governments are making it more expensive for foreign ownership of land through family trusts, whilst SA farmers continue to benefit. ASIC reaffirms its commitment to company compliance, whilst we have some announcements and product updates of our own. Read on...

Victoria, Queensland, NSW, and South Australia have all imposed foreign person surcharges on Stamp Duty and/or Land Tax, with Western Australia due to follow in 2019. Each state has its own legislation which deal with how these surcharges apply to Family Trusts and their respective beneficiaries. Read on to find out how it affects your family trust deeds.

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Why our trust deeds represent real value…

We recently wrote to our existing customer base and networks in an effort to help explain the difference between our trust deeds, and some of our more well-known competitors. In...

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Outsourcing solutions for busy legal fir…

We understand that as a commercial law firm you may from time to time incorporate new companies on behalf of your clients. Have you considered the time, costs, and administrative...

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Does a business name protect your brand?

A business name does not give you exclusive trading rights over the name of your business. The obligation to register a business name is a legal obligation which is entirely...

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