DeedMaker* is proud to be associated with one of Australia’s leading Superannuation Legal firms, Sladen Legal.
Sladen Legal is a Melbourne based law firm with an emphasis on private enterprise. It has a pioneering approach to legal services that is unique. Sladen Legal is fierce in representing its clients, commanding in its approach to business and resolute in its commitment to achieving results. Across fifteen service areas, Sladen Legal offer clients across Australia the highest standard of knowledge, experience and dedication. It is committed to understanding the structure and complexities of every client and providing them with personalised service and a targeted approach to meeting their business needs.
Daniel Smedley - Daniel is a Chartered Tax Advisor with The Tax Institute and the principal author of the annual Trust Structures Guide, promoted by The Tax Institute as “the leading resource for anyone advising on trusts, structuring and planning issues”. Daniel is a regular presenter at State and National industry conventions, conferences and workshops.
Phil Broderick - Phil is a Charted Tax Advisor and heads the Sladen Legal superannuation team. He is member of a number of superannuation related committees, including for The Tax Institute, SISFA and ASFA. He is regular author and presenter on superannuation, trust and estate planning topics.
Rob Jeremiah - Rob is Chartered Tax Adviser and is accredited by the Law Institute of Victoria, as a specialist in both tax law and business law. He is also a member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s Tax Law Specialisation Committee, a Director and member of the Technical Committee of the SISFA, and a member of the ATO Superannuation Industry Relationship Network (SIRN). Rob regularly presents on tax, superannuation, estate and succession planning and asset protection.
Each of the specialist SMSF and trust documents available in the DeedMaker* system have been drafted by Sladen Legal to ensure the latest developments in SMSF and trust law.
These documents are reviewed regularly and updated as required to reflect changes in legislation as the need arises.