Bare Trusts

Most limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBAs) by self-managed super fundsare established using a bare trust. Due to the complex nature of bare trusts, they are handled by our legal team at Castle Legal.

Business Names

What is a Business Name? A registered business name gives the owner the right to trade under that business name and protects the owner’s interest in the intellectual property (and value) which develops in the use of a name. There is … Continued

Company Restructures

What is a Company Restructure? Generally, a company undergoes a restructure if it needs to: enhance shareholder or business value adapt to changing market conditions or competitive pressures attract additional equity become a more bankable organisation return capital to shareholders … Continued

Make a Change to an Existing Trust

There are many changes which may be required during the life of a trust, including making changes to the parties of the trust, the trust deed and winding up the trust.

Self-Managed Super Funds

What is a Self-Managed Super Fund used for? A Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) is the same as a public offer or industry superannuation fund in that its purpose is to financially provide for the retirement of its members. However, an SMSF … Continued