Lawyers are the ones who provide legal advice to business, people and government agencies and represent them when required. The lawyers can acts as a legal defense representative for their clients in either criminal or civil proceedings. They can act as prosecutors representing the government in criminal proceedings or attorneys for a plaintiff in civil proceedings. The lawyers prepare the legal documents and interpret laws, rulings and regulations. Here we have mentioned the roles of a few lawyers at Munro Doig Lawyers.
Immigration law is a complex and fast-changing area of law which often responds to labour market needs and the policy views of the government of the day. At Munro Doig Lawyers, the Migration Lawyer Perth offers various services related to migration and it includes
- Business compliance and monitoring
- Appeals to the Federal Court of Australia
- Employer sponsorship and nomination applications
- Ministerial intervention requests
- Appeals to the Migration Review Tribunal, Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Refugee Review Tribunal
- Character cases (including section 501 and PIC 4020 cases) and health waivers
- Visa applications across all visa categories, including business and investor migration, skilled migration, employer sponsored migration, etc.
At Munro Doig Lawyers, the experienced tax lawyer Perth has successfully assisted clients in dealing with both the Australian Taxation Office and the Office of State Revenue in:
- Debt collection procedures such as garnishee orders, freezing orders and proceedings commenced in the District and Supreme Courts of Western Australia.
- Challenging audit conclusions and assessments in respect of superannuation guarantee charge, PAYG withholding, GST, pay-roll tax, wine equalisation tax, transfer duty and landholder duty, capital gains tax and land tax
- Lodging objections and appeals
Their tax litigation attorney Perth also provides litigation support to family lawyers and other lawyers who need to deal with issues of this nature.
At Munro Doig Lawyers, the experienced lawyer regularly provides advice and assistance to clients in relation to Self-Managed Superannuation Funds. The lawyer can assist clients with:
- Estate planning aspects
- Superannuation borrowings and establishment of instalment trusts and associated advice
- Establishing an SMSF, including document preparation
- Audit issues, including dealing with the Australian Taxation Office
- Advising on tax and transfer duty aspects of “related party” transactions such as selling assets to the SMSF
- Advising on starting pensions, deciding how benefits are to be passed on at death and updating old super fund deeds
- Advising on the use of superannuation and accessing associated tax concessions, e.g. in the context of receiving an inheritance or selling an investment or business