Trusts are a very common legal arrangement in New Zealand and can be a valuable tool to ensure that your clients are able to protect their assets. The landscape, however, is changing rapidly and trusts are now increasingly exposed to potential attack and the New Trusts Act 2019 is now in force adding to the complexity in this area. This seminar will take a practical approach in considering challenges to trusts and trust transactions and how to minimise the risk of having dispositions to a trust unwound following the settlor’s death.
This seminar will include:
By attending this seminar you will be able to:
All levels of experience in civil litigation, family, property, trusts & estates.
A short paper, in PDF format, together with a copy of the powerpoint presentation will be emailed out prior to the seminar.
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Associate, Holland Beckett Law
Tim is an associate in the Holland Beckett litigation team with experience representing both trustees and beneficiaries in disputes. He appears regularly in the High Court and Court of Appeal, and has also been involved in a number of high value trust mediations that have resolved without the need for court proceedings. In addition to his trust and estate work, Tim has experience in a range of commercial and property disputes.
Partner, Holland Beckett Law
David is the head of Holland Beckett Law’s litigation team. He has extensive trial experience and regularly appears in Court (at all levels) as well as assisting clients with alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration.
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