Q&As

Estate Administration: When the Executor/Administrator is not doing the right thing with Barrister Robert Nash

Wednesday May 9, 2018

Robert Nash has been admitted to legal practice since 1987. He has practised as an independent barrister for 18 years at Francis Burt Chambers. He has a broad practice with emphasis on commercial disputes, deceased estates, trusts, real property, statutory and white collar crime, and military discipline law.
Tax Structuring: Beginning with the End in Mind with Jacci Mandersloot

Wednesday May 9, 2018

Jacci Mandersloot is a Chartered Accountant and founding Director of MC Tax Advisors, a specialist tax consulting firm. MC Tax Advisors provides specialist tax advice to businesses, and to accounting practices, operating in the SME market. Jacci has a depth of technical and commercial knowledge gained from over 25 years experience in tax consulting. Jacci consults on all aspects of income tax, and GST, to a range of clients across property, including Aged Care & Retirement Villages, retail, and manufacturing, Jacci is also involved in tax education through her membership of various Tax Institute committees and presenting to tax discussion groups and forums.
Jarrad Parker on Mental Health Issues in the Workplace: Staff Management and HR

Tuesday May 8, 2018

If an issue arises in a workplace, Jarrad can (and often does) assist. He advises clients in a wide range of industries on the full gamut of human resources and industrial relations issues including industrial strategy, employment contract and policy frameworks, enterprise bargaining, industrial disputes, discrimination, bullying, workplace health and safety and unfair dismissal claims. In addition, Jarrad is an experienced investigator and workplace trainer. He also facilitates executive level discussions and conferences, and mediates workplace disputes.
The Lifecycle of a Divorce: From Separation to Court Orders and how Your School Fits in with Susan Warda

Tuesday May 8, 2018

Susan Warda is team leader and partner in Mills Oakley Lawyer's Sydney family law practice. Susan has particular expertise in family law matters that involve complex financial issues, including property settlements that incorporate family businesses, multiple assets and superannuation splitting. Susan is an accredited specialist in family law and was named 2013 Woman Lawyer of the Year in Private Practice by the Women Lawyers Association of NSW. Susan also has extensive experience in resolving family law matters outside of the Court system. She is an experienced mediator and trained collaborative law practitioner, and is able to help clients resolve their disputes without having to be involved in costly and time-consuming litigation.
Working with Police when a Child Discloses Abuse and the Vital Role of Schools with Nadine Udorovic

Tuesday May 8, 2018

Nadine Udorovic has over the past 15 years worked exclusively in the area of family law and developed a broad range of experience in both complex children's and property matters both domestic and international involving international child abduction and matters relating to international child relocation issues.
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