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Business & Commercial

Whether you’re a start-up, planning to buy or sell a business, or looking for advice on a business dispute, we can help.
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Trust Law

Daenke Lawyers can assist you with structuring your business or investments through discretionary and family trusts.
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Wills & Powers of Attorney

Planning for the future is an important task. This includes ensuring you have a Will and a Power of Attorney in place.
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Probate & Deceased Estates

At Daenke Lawyers we understand that dealing with a deceased estate is one of the more difficult challenges in life.
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Who is John Daenke Lawyers?

John Daenke is an Adelaide lawyer with extensive experience in a wide variety of legal issues relating to business, property and estate planning areas of law. He has provided legal advice to many small and medium business enterprises in various types of matters concerning their business and legal issues.

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Latest Blogs

June 2022 High Court decision regarding SMSF death benefit nominations

Self-managed superannuation funds and binding death benefit nominations

High Court determines Binding Death Benefit Nominations for self-managed super funds are not bound by Reg 6.17A of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Regulations.
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Case Reviews Involving Lost Trust Deeds

Court cases involving lost trust deeds

We explore some cases involving a lost Deed, the impact of that loss and the considerations and/or orders of the court in each matter.
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Lost trust deeds

Lost trust deed? Your options

Losing a trust deed has significant implications for the Trustee and beneficiaries of the Trust. Learn how to protect your trust deed and options available to you if it cannot be found.
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Dealing with a testamentary trust during family law property settlement negotiations

Dealing with Testamentary Trusts during family law property settlement

After a relationship breaks down, leading to separation, an application is often made to a court for a property settlement. There are many common assets (real estate, vehicles, bank accounts etc) but there are some more uncommon “financial resources”; like an interest in a Testamentary Trust which also need to be disclosed during negotiations.
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