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Rebrand brings new opportunities for SMSF law firm

Grant Abbott
Sarah Kendell
15 October 2019 — 1 minute read

SMSF law firm TGA Legal has rebranded as Abbott & Mourly, reflecting the closer involvement of SMSF strategist Grant Abbott in the practice as the firm launches a new estate planning document service to trustees.

Abbott & Mourly head partner Tony Anamourlis said the rebrand was a key milestone for the future of the firm, which advises accountants, financial planners, SMSF trustees and legal professionals on specialist SMSF and property structuring and development.

“The name change is significant as it reflects the names of the two major advisers in our firm, Grant Abbott who has no peer when it comes to SMSF specialist strategy advising, and also myself, with long experience in tax, property and litigation work,” Mr Anamourlis said.


“Clients want safety, certainty and security and that is what Abbott & Mourly delivers.”

He added that a key focus for the rebranded practice was its new estate planning service allowing SMSF advisers to develop and submit documentation for legal approval.

“Our latest estate planning venture, enabling financial planners and accountants to build incredible estate planning documents with our full review, takes the legal profession to the next level,” Mr Anamourlis said.

“No more big fees and long waits for documents that do not correctly reflect the current state of strategic estate planning in the trust, company and SMSF areas.”

He added that the firm, which has offices in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, aims to work with SMSF clients to find “positive strategies” to address their compliance and structuring concerns.

“We are unique, boutique, results-driven and look for positive strategies to help clients, not try and strike fear into them like most lawyers,” Mr Anamourlis said.

“The law is a gift, not a hammer.”

Rebrand brings new opportunities for SMSF law firm
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