The use of trusts, limited partnerships, joint venture agreements, and companies is an integral part of the commercial and property work we undertake.

Such vehicles for investment address creditor protection and effective structuring for tax purposes.

In addition, any agreements, such as shareholder agreements, joint venture agreements, and limited partnership agreements also need to address other commercial considerations such as what should occur if a shareholder or partner seeks to dispose of their interest, requirements for each party or the venture itself to be funded by way of debt or equity.

It is also important that any company, trust or other entity used for business purposes is aligned to personal estate and tax planning, and we can also assist with family trusts and wills.

We also assist clients with Personal Estate Planning