Adam Dimac

Special Counsel

Qualifications: LLB, GDLP


Adam advises clients on a range matters including taxation disputes, Division 7A, CGT, corporate restructuring, professional firm structures, trust taxation, superannuation, the taxation of settlements and blockchain/cryptocurrency taxation.

His clients include professional firms, small-to-medium enterprises, high-net-worth individuals and family groups.


  • Assisting small-to-medium enterprises, high-net-worth individuals and family groups with ATO reviews,audits, objections and disputes.
  • Assisting clients that are subject to the ATO’s Top 500 and Next 5,000 programs.
  • Advising on the taxation of trusts, including in respect of vesting, the preparation of minutes/resolution and sections 100A and 99B.
  • Providing structuring advice to small and mid-tier professional firms.
  • Providing corporate restructuring advice to small-to-medium enterprises.
  • Preparation of standard and specialised Division 7A Loan Agreements, and providing advice in relation to Division 7A generally.
  • Providing supernnuation advice, including in relation to strucuring and voluntary disclosures.
  • Advising on the application of the small business CGT concessions.
  • Advising Zebpay on the establishment of its cryptocurrency exchange in Australia.
  • Advising self-managed superannuation fund trustees and members regarding structuring, related party investments, in-house assets, taxation reviews and disputes, voluntary disclosures to the ATO, non-arm’s length income (NALI) and non-arm's length expenditure (NALE) provisions.

Awards and recognition

The Tax Institute Community Achievement Awards
Tax Trailblazer
Best Lawyers in Australia 2024
Recognised – Tax Law ('Ones to Watch')
The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2023 & 2024
Recommended – Tax

Professional Membership

  • The Tax Institute – Affiliate Member

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