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JMA Legal is a leading business law and property law firm in New South Wales with an established reputation and long history.

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JMA Legal provides tailor-made client specific deeds for superannuation and trusts.

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Welcome to JMA Legal

JMA Legal is a specialised business law firm with a strong conveyancing and property law practice. We provide effective solutions to succession planning, wills and estate planning, revenue law problems and complex tax.

We tailor-make deeds for superannuation and trusts to meet the specific requirements of our clients.

Our property law team is involved with all aspects of residential, commercial, industrial, water and rural conveyancing.

All types of leasing, subdivision and interests in land such as creation of easements and rights of way are dealt with regularly.

JMA Legal has a large probate practice ranging from simple to very complex matters. We also act in family provisions matters.

JMA Legal advises private clients, small to medium sized enterprises, family businesses, agribusiness clients as well as accountants, lawyers, financial planners and management consultants.

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Latest Publications and News

A Broken Marriage and a Hefty Tax Bill

11 May 2018

You’ve been acting for your sister Ana in relation to the breakdown of her marriage to Chris. Ana has been cheating on Chris pretty much since they were married. You suspect Chris knew about it deep down, everyone else did, but pretended he didn’t to keep the family together. But he’d finally had enough and decided to leave her. Continue Reading..

Can Text Messages or Video Recordings Constitute a Valid Will?

3 April 2018

We are living and breathing in a digital age where pen and paper is becoming something of the past. A recent decision handed down by the Queensland Supreme Court in 2017 proved that an unsent text message satisfied the requirements of a person’s last Will.  Continue Reading..

Quit Horsing About

9 March 2018

You act for Bill and Jo Smith on the sale of their 20 acre property in Bourke known as "Racecourse Road" which is well known in the town for breeding and selling race horses. It also holds local races every couple of months. Bill and Jo also own other adjoining property and have been capturing and selling goats, the meat of which is exported to the Middle East. Continue Reading..

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Tax Stings

A Broken Marriage and a Hefty Tax Bill

11 May 2018

You’ve been acting for your sister Ana in relation to the breakdown of her marriage to Chris. Ana has been cheating on Chris pretty much since they were married. You suspect Chris knew about it deep down, everyone else did, but pretended he didn’t to keep the family together. But he’d finally had enough and decided to leave her. Continue Reading..

Quit Horsing About

9 March 2018

You act for Bill and Jo Smith on the sale of their 20 acre property in Bourke known as "Racecourse Road" which is well known in the town for breeding and selling race horses. It also holds local races every couple of months. Bill and Jo also own other adjoining property and have been capturing and selling goats, the meat of which is exported to the Middle East. Continue Reading..

Accountants and lawyers: Friends or adversaries?

6 February 2018

This article was published in this month's edition of the Law Society Journal of NSW.

You can’t stand Harvey. He’s an accountant in the same suburb, and you have some mutual clients. Harvey is rude, arrogant and full of a sense of his own importance. He has little respect for lawyers generally and seems to think himself superior to you. In the past you have lost clients because Harvey has said bad things about you. Continue Reading..

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Legally Speaking

Can Text Messages or Video Recordings Constitute a Valid Will?

3 April 2018

We are living and breathing in a digital age where pen and paper is becoming something of the past. A recent decision handed down by the Queensland Supreme Court in 2017 proved that an unsent text message satisfied the requirements of a person’s last Will.  Continue Reading..

The most important asset: succession for your embryos

6 March 2018

As couples today commonly engage in IVF treatment, the question must be considered, what will happen to your frozen eggs/sperm or fertilised embryos on the death of you or your partner?  Continue Reading..

Having to prove who you are is becoming a way of life

5 February 2018

If you intend to buy or sell real estate, you will need to prove who you are. Continue Reading..

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eNews

Nuts and Bolts of Land Tax Surcharge and Discretionary Trusts

20 February 2018

What is the surcharge land tax?

Commencing the 2017 land tax year (that is ownership of land at midnight, 31 December 2016) surcharge land tax applies to foreign persons including foreign corporations, trusts and government who own residential land in NSW.  Continue Reading..

Incorporation of Anoni Wright

4 September 2017

It is with great pleasure that JMA Legal would like to announce we have incorporated Anoni Wright Lawyers of Junee. Our new office is located at 93 Broadway Junee NSW 2663. Continue Reading..

New Office in Tumut

15 August 2017

It is with great pleasure that JMA Legal would like to announce we have opened a new office in Tumut.  Continue Reading..

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Super Snippets

SMSF Deeds

31 March 2017

It is strongly advised that SMSF Deeds are reviewed before 1 July 2017 and updated where necessary. Continue Reading..

Don't forget the LRBA deadline

13 December 2016

SMSF trustees have until 31 January 2017 to ensure that any LRBA that their fund has is on terms consistent with an arm's length dealing or, alternatively, is brought to an end by 31 January 2017. Continue Reading..

Simplifying deeds in the pension phase with your SMSF clients

29 September 2016

For members in the pension phase of an SMSF, a lengthy and complex deed is not always necessary. Short, targeted deeds can also achieve the desired estate planning outcomes with just as much certainty. Continue Reading..

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