Mills Oakley Private Advisory provides expert legal and consulting services to the owners of private and family businesses of all types from small start-ups to the largest family groups, Australia wide.
With specialised expertise across a range of disciplines, our aim is to provide you – our client – with high level, plain language advice and service that combines sophisticated technical expertise with a strategic consulting approach. This approach means that we fully understand you and your business and will ensure that our advice is adequately tailored to your needs and achieves your desired result.
By gaining insight into your business from our very first consultation, we aim to provide you with proactive legal solutions and avoid the need for costly reactive legal problem-solving and dispute resolution.
Our private advisory team has deep functional expertise across a range of business, personal and succession-focused areas.
In particular, we have strong capability and provide strategic advice in relation to:
In addition, our lawyers can assist you with a full range of taxation law services to complement our strategic advice, including:
We strive to provide you with comprehensive solutions to address not only corporate structuring and tax implications, but more importantly commercial implications. Whilst taxation law can be a complex area, we aim to provide you with a comprehensive solution that considers the commercial implications in simple, easy to understand advice.
The Private Advisory team is led nationally by Martin Checketts, who is one of four equity partners that sit on the Mills Oakley board.
Alongside Martin sits Harry Giannakidis, with over 20 years’ experience between complementing the multi-disciplinary approach that our team adopts in providing our clients with bespoke legal advice and consulting services.
Harry is a long-standing member of the Tax Institute, and is regularly invited to present at tax discussion groups, in-house training sessions and National and State tax and superannuation conferences.