Adam Levin

Partner, Jackson McDonald

Adam Levin has over 20 years’ experience working with high net worth families providing legal and tax advice on their assets, businesses, family and philanthropic activities.

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Well known for his skills in strategic planning and structuring, Adam advises on governance, asset protection strategies, development and implementation of personal and business succession planning strategies. Adam is recognised by Best Lawyers for his work in wealth management/succession and tax law. Well known in the West Australian market for the establishment and operation of private and public ancillary funds, not for profits and charitable organisations, Adam holds a Masters Degree in Taxation from the University of Western Australia, is an advisory panel member of the Board of Taxation, the Tax Institute Not for Profit Committee, a director of philanthropic foundations, Chair of the Forum for Directors and Officers of Indigenous Organisations and a regular presenter in the areas of tax, trusts and not for profit organisations. Adam is ranked in Chambers & Partners for his Native Title expertise, with sources praising his combination of legal expertise and commercial perception and his ability to provide clients with "thoughtful, sensible and helpful" advice.  Adam is well regarded nationally for his expertise and forward-thinking on tax effective trust structures for managing native title benefits.