Entity Establishment


We provide an efficient, quick-turnaround service for entity establishment and incorporation.

This includes providing related ‘standard’ documents, including documents for:

  • company incorporation;
  • proprietary limited companies;
  • public companies limited by shares;
  • public companies limited by guarantee; and
  • replacement company constitutions.

We also advise on trust establishment, for both discretionary and unit trusts.

Our work in establishing superannuation funds includes advising on:

  • establishment;
  • change of trustee;
  • deed variation;
  • nominations;
  • pensions; and
  • borrowing.

Our Online Services Smarter Law solution offers a broad range of standard documents with transparent pricing. We are also able to offer bespoke terms on request.

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Emma has extensive experience in advising clients in estate planning and estate administration, trust establishment, and ongoing administration, trust...

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