Ines Kallweit has, for the sixth consecutive year, been named as a preeminent Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer in the highly regarded legal directory, Doyle’s Guide. KHQ Lawyers has also again been recognised as a Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Law Firm (second tier). Congratulations to Ines and the team!
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Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. APRA has published the latest superannuation statistics and the Treasurer has released a speech that he delivered in relation to the Retirement Income Review. ASIC has also released a statement setting out how it intends to recover its costs from regulated entities. ASIC – Cost … Read more
Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week several outstanding Royal Commission recommendations, including the ban on advice fees from MySuper products and the Bill relating to the closure of ERFs, were passed by Parliament. Treasury announced that a review of AFCA will commence (as required by the relevant legislation) and … Read more
Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. Parliament has resumed again and several Bills have been introduced this week. The key Bill sets out the ‘Your Future, Your Super’ package of reforms. Another Bill proposes to further extend the temporary measures in relation to the electronic execution of documents by companies. … Read more