Materials comprise a compilation of 10 papers
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With a great range of pertinent and interesting topics presented by leading lawyers, these materials provide the complete compilation of papers presented at the highly successful Cradle to Grave™ conference 2022.

Topics:

  • Can you Structure a Trust that Permits Settlor Control?
    Anthony Grant
    , Barrister, Paladin Chambers

  • Enter a Relationship at your Own Risk! The vulnerability of trusts to claims on separation, dissolution, and death
    Nicola Pear
    t, Professor Emerita, Faculty of Law, University of Otago

  • Foxes Guarding Chickens? A contemporary consideration of the no-conflict rule in family trusts
    Vicki Ammundsen
    , Director, Vicki Ammundsen Trust Law Limited

  • Memoranda of Wishes – Optional Extra or Essential Document?
    Luke Dixon
    , Associate, Patterson Hopkins

  • An Analysis of the Nature, Duties, and Powers of Third-party Power Holders under Trusts
    Henry Brandts-Giesen
    , Partner, Dentons Kensington Swan; Jeremy Bell-Connell, Senior Associate, Dentons Kensington Swan

  • Exceptions to Equal Sharing (Sections 13 and 14 Property (Relationships) Act 1976)
    Brian Carter
    , Barrister, Bastion Chambers

  • Ignore the Will at your Peril − will-drafting post Trusts Act 2019
    Chris Kelly
    , Teaching Fellow, Victoria University Wellington; Greg Kelly, Principal, Greg Kelly Law Limited

  • Demystifying Digital Assets
    James Cochrane
    , Partner, Stace Hammond; Kesia Denhardt, Partner, Stace Hammond

  • Dishonest Assistance and Other Risks for Lawyers who Restructure Trusts
    Jeff Kenny
    , Partner, Saunders Robinson Brown; Katrina Wood, Senior Associate, Saunders Robinson Brown

  • Residential Property Owners will Pay a Lot More Tax! Understand the bright-line test and interest limitation rules
    Denham Martin
    , Lawyer, Denham Martin Tax Law