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Tax and Structuring Lawyers in Ballarat, Beaufort, Castlemaine & Daylesford.

With leading tax lawyers in Ballarat, Beaufort, Castlemaine & Daylesford, Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers are there to ensure that when you are partnering with our experienced lawyers in tax law, you are setting yourself up for success in your business strategies.

Why Choose Us in Ballarat and Central Highlands?

By engaging with leading tax lawyers at Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers, this places you in the best position to ensure that you are well looked after and cared for by lawyers that understand the commercial and financial risk environment.

We have developed a strong reputation in being able to work with a wide variety of clients in Ballarat, Beaufort, Castlemaine, Daylesford, and the broader Central Highlands region. We understand that tax law requires lawyers that are commercially oriented, have technical expertise, and can deliver practical outcomes.

Our team of leading tax lawyers in Ballarat, Beaufort, Castlemaine and Daylesford, are there to provide pragmatic advice and deliver realistic outcomes.

When you choose Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers, we ensure:

We believe in delivering real expertise in tax law to create positive experiences for our clients. That’s why, we ensure that our tax lawyers are experts in their field and have proven experience in their industry.

Your tax law experience matters to us, and we believe that you should have reliable, accessible and transparent tax and structuring legal services.

That’s why, as a leading regional law firm in Ballarat and Central Highlands, our mortgage and lending legal team are fully supported by our team of lawyers and support staff so that you can have access to high quality tax and structuring legal services.

At Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers, we operate and maintain a trust account that is regularly reviewed and audited so that you can have a peace of mind when you transfer your money with us, it is protected and secure.

We understand that you want to feel financially comfortable knowing that you are supported by the right people with the right resources.

That’s why we ensure that our trust accounts are properly audited and reviewed. Our tax lawyers across Ballarat, Beaufort, Daylesford & Castlemaine are also assisted by a team of support staff.

We make accessing our tax law services easy, transparent and reliable, so that your experience with us feels complete and assured.

That’s why when you engage with Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers as your chosen tax lawyers, we are committed to providing you accessibility. We have physical offices fully staffed with support teams situated across Central Highlands: Ballarat, Beaufort, Castlemaine & Daylesford. Our head office is situated in Ballarat.

When engaging us, you can also connect with us online, by telephone, or by email. We are committed to ensuring high quality customer service so that your tax law experience with us is seamless.

At Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers, our tax lawyers are there to ensure that their technical capabilities and strategies align with clients’ desired financial outcomes.

With experience and industry knowledge, our lawyers are able to navigate complex mortgage and lending issues. Our lawyers work closely with clients to understand their circumstances and develop strategies that align with their financial needs.

Furthermore, our tax lawyers understand that financial issues should not be viewed in a vacuum, and that tax law services should be approached with commerciality in mind.

Guided by expertise and experience in tax law across Ballarat, Beaufort, Castlemaine & Daylesford, we are a valuable asset and resource to the start of your journey with us because of our ability to reliably assist you in all aspects of tax law.

“We ensure that the quality of our legal work in tax law at Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers is excellent and reliable so that your experience with us at ease.”

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Are you looking for a tax lawyer? Call us on (03) 5331 1244 to get in touch and arrange an appointment with a member of our tax and structuring team.

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What is a Tax and Structuring Lawyer?

Tax and structuring lawyers are lawyers that can navigate commercial and regulatory environment and understand how an entity’s reputation and commercial dealings may be impacted by tax frameworks.

Tax and structuring lawyers also appreciate the strategic, commercial and practical dimensions that are involved in tax issues. They have experience in understanding the policy of taxation frameworks to identify and mitigate commercial risk.

The legal services in tax and structuring may involve:

  • Federal and State Tax
  • Tax Audits and Disputes
  • Property Taxes
  • Indirect Taxes
  • Family Succession
  • Business Succession
  • Taxation Investigations
  • Tax Penalties and General Interest Charges
  • Self-Managed Superannuation Fund Disputes
  • Tax Litigation
  • ATO Letter of Demand and Disputes
  • Wind Up Proceedings for Tax Debts
  • Bankruptcy Proceedings for Tax Debts
  • Tax Objections
  • Payroll Tax Grouping
  • Tax Debt and Recovery
  • Stamp Duty Liabilities
  • Trust Structures
  • Land Tax
  • Tax Investigation

What Practice Areas are in Tax and Structuring?

Practice areas within tax and structuring are broad reflecting the intersection between legal, compliance, statutory and regulatory issues in commercial dealings. With technical expertise and relevant experience, tax and structuring lawyers are able to advise on all dimensions in a contentious tax matter with sensitivity and professionalism.

At Nevett Wilkinson Frawley Lawyers, our tax and structuring can assist in all aspects:

  • Land Tax
  • Payroll Tax
  • Direct and Indirect Tax
  • Tax Litigation and Investigations
  • Restructuring Property and Businesses
  • General Tax Advice
  • Tax Objections
  • Stamp Duty
  • Federal and State Taxes
  • Tax Investigations and Enforcement
  • Trust Structures
  • Tax Disputes
  • Management of Tax Audits
  • Insolvency Proceedings
  • Tax Penalties and General Interest Charges
  • Legal Proceedings
  • Tax Debts
  • Business Structuring

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Our Tax and Structuring Team.


Ben Franklin

Managing Partner

Ben Green

Special Counsel

Andrew Black

Associate

Samantha Mitchell

Law Graduate

Are you looking for a tax and structuring lawyer? Call us on (03) 5331 1244 to get in touch and arrange an appointment with a member of our tax and structuring team.

You can also connect with us by filling out your details and telling us about your information below:

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