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Keeghan Silcock

Senior Associate
Keeghan assists clients with a broad range of commercial and corporate matters including acquisitions and sales, stakeholder agreements, tax and structuring issues, self-managed superannuation, trusts and asset protection

As a senior associate in Cooper Grace Ward’s commercial team, Keeghan assists clients with a broad range of commercial and corporate matters including acquisitions and sales, stakeholder agreements, tax and structuring issues, self-managed superannuation, trusts and asset protection.

Keeghan also regularly assists clients with their estate planning, business succession and exit strategies. Her focus in on providing clients with quality advice to ensure favourable, practical and commercial outcomes.

  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours) – University of Queensland
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice – College of Law
  • Solicitor – Supreme Court of Queensland
  • Member – Queensland Law Society and Taxation Institute of Australia.
  • Preparing and negotiating stakeholder and business sale agreements
  • Advising clients on their estate planning and business succession strategies
  • Providing tax, other revenue and superannuation advice
  • Assisting clients with restructuring and providing advice with respect to the tax treatment and administration and management of their current structures including trusts and self-managed superannuation funds

Areas of Expertise

Publications

It Depends - Can my SMSF make loans?

In this edition of 'It depends', senior associate Keeghan Silcock talks about whether your self-managed super fund can lend money.

It Depends - Can a nominee hold shares in a company on my behalf?

In this edition of ‘It depends’, senior associate Keeghan Silcock talks about whether you can use a nominee shareholder to hold shares in a private company on your behalf.

It Depends - What is a non-disclosure agreement?

In this edition of ‘It depends’, senior associate Keeghan Silcock talks about what a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is and whether you need one.