Kimberley Martin B.A. LL.B. (Hons), LL.M, TEP is a senior estate planning, commercial, tax and trusts lawyer at Director level. Kimberley’s range of expertise includes estate planning, tax, business succession, trusts and superannuation law, with a particular emphasis on complex needs, international, and high net worth estate planning. She is also experienced in the area of not-for-profit law.
Kimberley is a graduate with Honours of the University of Tasmania, and holds a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. She has completed her LLM (Masters) in Wills & Estates through the College of Law. These studies have given Kimberley a greater depth of understanding about complex aspects of Estate Planning and the different laws that apply in each Australian jurisdiction. It has also resulted in her undertaking work for both personal clients and professional clients (on an agency basis) in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales.
Kimberley is a Full Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), an international group of members involved in trusts and estates. Through STEP, she is currently a member of the STEP Digital Asset Special Interest Group Steering Committee, a global group that provides an international forum of debate, education and support on digital issues. In 2018, Kimberley was awarded Young Practitioner of the Year at the international STEP Private Client Awards in London.
Kimberley has a strong voice representing the legal profession at a state, national and international level through her involvement on committees, her published work, her professional presentations and media exposure. Notably, in 2020, she authored a paper on ‘Technology, the Law and COVID-19‘ that was published in 56 countries. She has been interviewed on the ABC 7:30 program, in the Age and in the Sydney Morning Herald, and has had her work published in several international journals, including in the Global STEP Journal and the American Bar Association Magazine.
Kimberley is currently Chair of the Board of Montagu Community Living, a not-for-profit organisation that provides quality services and support to children, young people and adults with disability.
A selection of professional papers, text books and articles that Kimberley has authored or contributed to can be downloaded or purchased (where applicable) from this website.
Clients or other lawyers, financial planners, or accountants seeking to instruct or refer to Kimberley may contact her through the details and options on this page.
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