RSM Australia

Family Law

Family Law business services at RSM

By marshalling all the individual specialists typically involved in the successful settlement of family law matters into one team, RSM offers family law practitioners, from firms big or small, an alternative end-to-end service that could potentially deliver superior client outcomes.

By applying flexible solutions, encompassing the earliest stages of the family law process, through mediation and settlement, the team at RSM helped to turn an original offer of $50,000 into a six-figure client settlement.

Is your client able to manage their own finances?

Engaging one preferred supplier, to support every facet of the family law process, can add value to your client engagement.

The value-add comes from sharing specialists, including Single Expert, Shadow Expert and financial advocacy & planning roles, through to insolvency and beyond, as required and all provided under one (RSM) umbrella.

How can we help you?

Our team

RSM offers Safe Harbour strategies

Case Study: Untangling the financial web

28 July 2020
Understanding financial statements and their underlying supporting documents can feel like interpreting a foreign language, but they contain a wealth of important information for property settlements.

Top 5 issues with SMSFs and Family Law

25 May 2020
Superannuation and SMSFs are becoming increasingly complex, especially in a family law situation.

COVID-19 and the impact on EOFY tax and family law

8 May 2020
This week Tracey Dunn, our Associate Director of Tax Services, ran a webinar titled Family Law: Tax and the ongoing impact of COVID-19.

Family Law Property Settlements – potential impact of COVID-19

30 March 2020
Valuations for Family Law property settlements. Valuations are prepared as at a specific date based on circumstances and financial information known at that point, so it’s possible that valuations prepared a month ago or more may no longer be relevant - particularly for sectors which have been impacted more severely than others b

Tax on sale of family home - proposed government change

5 March 2019
Australian expats who own homes in Australia are not the only ones at risk of paying tax on the former family home under proposed changes to capital gains tax (CGT).

Changes to Capital Gains Tax exemption for foreign residents

6 February 2019
Controversial legislation enabling the removal of the capital gains tax (CGT) main residence exemption for foreign residents was originally scheduled for debate in the Senate on 16 October 2018.