Looking forward to chatting with John Hagerty (co-host of the Eagle Business Show) today at 11.00am and discussing what key factors small business owners need to consider to “keep on … Read More
The quarterly personal insolvency statistics for the June quarter 2013 show that personal insolvency activity declined by almost 1.4% when compared to the June quarter 2012. Interestingly NSW, QLD, WA … Read More
Whilst interest rates in Australia are at historic lows and we remain in relatively good financial shape when compared to other Western Economies, what lies beneath needs to be understood.… Read More
It is true that superannuation funds are ordinarily protected property in the event that an individual becomes bankrupt. There is however and exception to this general principle where a superannuation … Read More
One issue that frequently arises in relation to the administration of bankrupt estates is the difficulty of the bankrupt being a beneficiary under a Will.
Divisible property is defined broadly … Read More
Business owners are often anxious about what might happen to their private assets should their business runs into difficulties and ultimately fail.
Many individuals contemplate transferring private property … Read More
Will you be able to keep the house? This is a question I get asked frequently by individuals that may need to contemplate voluntary bankruptcy. The short answer is YES, … Read More
Personal Insolvency – A Potted Summary
In Australia the Personal Insolvency regime is governed by the Bankruptcy Act 1966. This is a Federal Act of Parliament and contrary to … Read More
The title of this paper is named after the character created by Robert Louis Stevenson commonly known today as “The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”. The Jekyll … Read More