Chamberlains LawCast: Developments in Testamentary Trusts and Asset Protection Law – pt. 1
Welcome to the new season of Chamberlains LawCast!
In this episode we get to listen to part one of a three part series covering Developments in Testamentary Trusts and Asset Protection Law with Chamberlains’ Managing Director Stipe Vuleta and Paralegal Kody Fletcher.
Want to know more about Testamentary Trusts? Read our accompanying handout with additional information and notes: here
As with all Chamberlains Lawcast episodes, the information provided cannot be considered as legal advice, if you have any questions in relation to any information provided please contact our office on 02 6188 3600.
He’s almost always the youngest person in the room but when Stipe speaks, even the oldest hands listen. Stipe has earned the gratitude and respect of many established company directors and individuals who he has helped through financial hardship, insolvency, bankruptcy and business reconstruction.
He speaks fluent accountancy and insolvency practitioners enjoy his repartee on topics ranging from extending convening periods or remuneration approval to recovering voidable transactions and public examinations.
With a pedigree that boasts large British and Australian multinationals across the consumer goods, manufacturing and retail space, Stipe has worked on complex and high-profile cases that most lawyers will only ever read about. His professional mantra is that being a lawyer is easy, but being a good lawyer is hard.
Stipe leads our insolvency and restructuring division which focusses on insolvency, bankruptcy, restructuring and business reconstruction, tax disputes and shareholder and co-owner disputes and commercial debt recovery, serving clients across the entire nation, from Canberra, Sydney, Newcastle, Perth and online.
We know Stipe is better than good. He’s won many awards and accolades for being both young and quick-witted, so if you need the best and brightest to rescue your distressed assets, Stipe’s your man (unless someone whisks him away for a coffee, and then you may find he’s distracted for a minute or two).