Kimi Shah

Kimi Shah
+ 61 3 8825 4800
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Kimi heads up the Estate Planning and Wealth Protection team and is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners. She understands the complex and delicate nature of family estate planning, the technical requirements around probate and estate administration, and the importance of preserving wealth for future generations. Her advice is accurate, commercial, strategic and tailored to each situation.

Significant matters

  • Prepared international succession planning instruments including for assets in multiple jurisdictions including EU and Asian countries
  • Restructuring group structures over multiple jurisdictions of companies in excess of $1 billion
  • Transferring significant assets between jurisdictions for asset protection and tax minimisation
  • Administration of estates in excess of $100 million with assets in multiple jurisdictions
  • Representation of trusts in Family Law disputes
  • Representation in complex trust disputes for trustees and beneficiaries

Areas of expertise

  • Wills
  • Testamentary trusts
  • Probate
  • Estate administration
  • Estate litigation
  • Trusts
  • Asset protection
  • Intergenerational structuring
  • Family constitutions
  • Family loan arrangements
  • Guardianship and administration applications
  • Superannuation binding nominations
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Business Succession

Kimi also contributed to the Australian chapter of the Lexology GTDT Private Clients Guide.


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