DID THE SANDINI CASE REALLY EXTEND THE BOUNDARIES OF THE CGT MARRIAGE BREAKDOWN ROLLOVER? NO!
By Andrew Henshaw, Director, Velocity Legal
The breakdown of a marriage can have a high emotional and financial cost. Often, a spouse will have to transfer some of their assets to the other spouse (whether by agreement or because of a court order). In some circumstances, matrimonial assets will be held by related entities (e.g. a family trust), and that entity will have to transfer assets to a spouse.
Andrew leads Velocity Legal’s Sydney practice.
If you are in a fight with the ATO or looking to restructure your business, you should have Andrew in your corner. Andrew is passionate about getting wins for his clients, solving difficult legal issues, and giving his clients clear and confident guidance. Andrew is a Chartered Tax Advisor, holds a Masters of Law from the University of Melbourne and is the author of ‘Life, Death and Taxes’. Andrew is also a passionate snowboarder and is always up for the next adventure in life.