Blended Families

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Price
$199.00

CPD Points 2

Competency
  • C4: Substantive Law (2)

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Blended Families

Blended Families
CPD Points: 2 Price:
$199.00

This seminar looks at issues relating to Blended Families. It is divided into three sections:

  • Issues for blended families in a family law context, specifically in the context of property disputes;
  • Estate planning for blended families
  • Tax issues

Author Profiles

Blended Families

Master Sanderson was appointed to the Supreme Court in November 1996. He graduated from UWA with a Bachelor of Jurisprudence in 1974 and a Bachelor of Laws in 1975. He served his articles at Frank Unmack and Allen from 1976 and remained with them before heading to London in 1978.

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Blended Families

Peter Dowding was admitted to practice in 1966 in Western Australia after graduating from the University of Western Australia in 1964. He was a founding partner of Paterson and Dowding until 1979 practising in Family and Criminal law. 

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Blended Families

Sally has over 12 years’ experience in estate litigation and succession planning.

Estate litigation is a major part of Sally’s practice. She has acted in numerous inheritance claims over the years, and enjoys helping clients to achieve cost effective mediated outcomes wherever possible.

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Blended Families

Aimee Riley is a Senior Associate at EY Law. She specialises in advising high net wealth individuals and large private corporate groups in relation to complex tax matters, asset protection concerns and implementing effective tax and commercial strategies.  

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Course Summary

This seminar looks at issues relating to Blended Families. It is divided into three sections:

  • Issues for blended families in a family law context, specifically in the context of property disputes;
  • Estate planning for blended families
  • Tax issues

Course Details