When bankruptcy seems to be the only answer to your debt problem, knowing who to trust for the accurate and professional advice is crucial. Bankruptcy is temporary but not brief and there are consequences, obligations and rights that you need to be aware of before heading down this path.
Our bankruptcy and insolvency lawyers at Stinchcombe Haney Legal have numerous people through this stressful and unpleasant time and recognise the importance of building a lasting and supportive relationship.
We will protect your rights and ensure you meet your legal obligations when it comes the impact of bankruptcy on your income, employment, business and lifestyle.
The relationship you have with your trustee, the entity that manages your bankruptcy is important and requires careful and continued handling. We have been managing these relationships, helping clients through the process of selling assets and negotiating with creditors, for decades.
If you are already bankrupt, we provide specialist expertise if you wish to seek an annulment or have reached the discharge stage.
We are experienced in preparing all relevant documentation such as personal insolvency agreements and debt agreements and work towards your long-term recovery from bankruptcy and debt to a secure financial future.
Knowing the difference between tax minimisation and tax avoidance could mean the difference between saving some well-earned dollars or doing something illegal. It may sound obvious, but as your hard-earned income grows or your business expands, taxation rules and regulations increase in complexity.
For the inexperienced, dealing with the Australian Tax Office (ATO) can be daunting. Even if you have had dealings with the ATO, we can work with you and your accountant to achieve better results than either of you can alone.
Our years of experience negotiating outcomes for clients, from individuals to small and large enterprises, means we can provide creative solutions that meet both your legal obligations and your financial goals.
Whether you are looking at structures to minimise taxation, such as trusts or discretionary trusts or you are having a dispute with the ATO, our experienced tax lawyers can help.
Time is an important factor when dealing with the ATO and delays may lead to additional penalties and costs. We ensure your matter will dealt with in a timely fashion to avoid the risk of further penalty or interest charges.
For expert advice and personal, tailored support, call the team at Stinchcombe Haney Legal on 5527 277 now.