Kylie is a partner in the Corporate and Commercial Group. She is an experienced succession planning law expert and a Self Managed Superannuation Fund Professionals’ Association of Australia Ltd Accredited SMSF Specialist Advisor.
Kylie works closely with advisors to prepare compliant solutions for a diverse range of individual clients with complex structures as well as rural and business clients and families with diverse dynamics.
She has been awarded the SPAA CEO Scholarship and the SMSF Association Prize for the Professional Certificate in Self-Managed Superannuation Funds from the University of Adelaide Business School.
Kylie is listed in the Best Lawyers in Australia 2021 edition for Wealth Management / Succession Planning Practice.
Kylie’s key areas of expertise are as follows:
02 February 2021 - Knowledge
#Private Client Practice, #Agribusiness
A recent sibling dispute taken to the Queensland District Court provides another timely reminder that while you cannot choose your family, you can choose how you deal with them.
20 July 2020 - Knowledge
#Agribusiness, #Private Client Practice
A recent Queensland Court of Appeal decision illustrates the need for effective forward-planning to save farming families time and costs later.
23 June 2020 - Knowledge
#Agribusiness, #Private Client Practice
Share farming arrangements can be a valuable arrangement for a primary producer who wants assistance in growing and managing their business, or for one who wants to grow their own business but lacks the capital to acquire land of their own. However, this arrangement can result in significant costs or an inequality in the share of any profits from the mutual arrangement if improperly drafted.
30 April 2020 - Knowledge
#Agribusiness, #Property, Planning & Development, #COVID-19
With drought breaking in some areas of the country, more and more rural properties are being placed on the market following improving conditions and sale prices. Unfortunately with the current restrictions being imposed by COVID-19, it is not an easy time for buyers looking to purchase property.
27 April 2020 - Knowledge
Parents may see their children suffering through this COVID-19 crisis and be tempted to offer, or be asked, to render financial assistance. Exercise caution, seek advice on any proposed help, and be careful not to let the instinctive pull of your parental protectiveness overwhelm your own necessities.
27 March 2020 - Knowledge
#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services, #Private Client Practice
Construction funding has become more restricted over the last few years, leading property developers to seek out alternative means to get projects off the ground.
20 March 2020 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law, #Private Client Practice, #COVID-19
Much has been made of panic buying as many Australians rush to protect their families from the perceived risk of dwindling supplies, whether that fear is reasonable or not. But what about protecting your family financially? Economic risk is not the only issue being faced.
10 March 2020 - Knowledge
Traditionally family businesses have passed to younger generations through the process of succession. However, with an aging population, more and more families are looking for alternative ways to transition family businesses to younger generations during the life of their parents.
10 December 2019 - Knowledge
Casual workers can be a fantastic resource for farmers ready to reap a bountiful harvest, or complete laborious one-off tasks on a property.
12 November 2019 - Knowledge
Chemicals have long been used in primary production. But these chemicals can be dangerous and increased enforcement of Queensland's work health safety laws mean that the safe use, handling, and storage of chemicals in the workplace is more essential than ever.
28 October 2019 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law
For inter-generational family businesses, considering the protection of assets for the next generation, making a bequest in a will may seem like the best option. A growing issue however, is the possibility of business viability being destroyed by claims made against estate assets after death of a parent.
16 Feb 21 to 07 Dec 21
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our webinar series designed for port and terminal owners and operators. These webinars will provide insights on the current trends and issues that matter to you. Now more than ever ports are vital nodes in an increasingly complex web of trade routes that span the globe. COVID 19 is forcing most of us to reconsider how we do things, and ports are no exceptions. This series will look at how Australian ports might navigate the challenges and opportunities posed by 2020, and how 2021 might be their most interesting year ever.
11 Mar 21
Within this webinar we will discuss what this means in practice, the opportunities it provides and what you need to do to implement them using real life examples.
16 Mar 21
The ACCC each year announces its enforcement priorities for the coming year. This session will provide you with an overview of the key priorities for the year, highlighting industries that are a particular target for the ACCC, recent ACCC enforcement actions and proactive steps you can take in light of the ACCC’s priorities and recent enforcement action. 1 practice management and business skills CPD unit