Jack Stuk

Partner, Mills Oakley Lawyers

Area of expertise

Jack is an external consultant to the National Taxation & Accountants Association Ltd (representing over 7,000 Tax Agents, Australia wide) and regularly delivers seminars, lectures and writes articles on taxation law and practice. He is frequently called upon to share his knowledge and experience, and has been quoted in Business Review Weekly, The Age and other publications in taxation related features.

Jack has extensive experience in the establishment and structuring of major projects, including real estate, IP, hi-tech start ups and agricultural joint ventures. The tax team have a special interest in complex estate and succession planning, particularly in medium to large family businesses.

Jack's expertise includes: Income tax; Capital gains tax; Superannuation; Part IVA of the ITAA 1936 (Schemes); Fringe Benefits; International Tax Treaties; Goods and Services Tax; Stamp Duties, Land Tax and Pay-roll Tax across all jurisdictions; Tax law secrecy, FOI access and audits; Private Ruling Applications to the ATO; Complex Estates (Trust Deeds); and Business/Corporate Consolidations, Succession Planning and Consultancy


B. Juris/LLB (Monash University)

About Jack

Jack Stuk is the Leader of Mills Oakley's Taxation Team. Jack has helped executives, commercial and business clients achieve their goals for over 25 years. Using his business acumen, experience and a thorough knowledge of Australian taxation laws (including international double tax treaties), Jack's advice maximises client financial returns, without compromising primary commercial objectives for tax benefits. He has extensive experience in negotiating with senior department heads of the Australian Taxation Office to achieve optimum results for clients, whether arising from the objections process, litigation or dispute resolution.