How To Exclude Foreign Beneficiaries When Setting Up A Family Trust

We are pleased to add a Family Trust Deed that excludes Foreign Beneficiaries to our product suite.

Excluding Foreign Beneficiaries: In response to changes in the law, we are pleased to add a Family Trust Deed that excludes Foreign Beneficiaries to our product suite. The Deed is available to order online or can be ordered by contacting our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 1800 226 735. We are also able to provide amendments to existing deeds so that Foreign Beneficiaries are excluded.

Streamlined Trust Deeds: Patricia Holdings is committed to continually improving our documents and in conjunction with NJR Corporate Lawyers we have significantly streamlined and simplified our Family Trusts, Standard Unit Trust, Multi-Class Unit Trust and Hybrid Unit Trust. Our Deeds remain legally sound and have been signed-off by our corporate law experts.

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'Tis The Season

'Tis The Season

Merry Christmas from the Patricia Holdings Team. Our office will be closed from 1pm Monday December 24th 2018 and will re-open on Wednesday January 2nd 2019. During this time, our automated Trust Set Up and Company Registration systems will still be live. To receive couriered documents on Christmas Eve, please place your order by 11am (or it will be delivered to you on 2nd January).

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New partnership makes registering an Australian company for UNSW students easy

New partnership makes registering an Australian company for UNSW students easy

Patricia Holdings, one of Australia’s leading company registration and trust set up platforms, announced today a new partnership with UNSW Founders Program that provides support and assistance in helping UNSW students, staff and alumno start new companies in Australia.

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Digital Signatures and Trust Instruments

Digital Signatures and Trust Instruments

In a bid to digitise their property revenue services, Revenue NSW is now allowing their Electronic Duties Returns (EDR) agents to accept digitally signed trust deeds as an original executed document.

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