Step Parents’ Post Separation Rights!
Many Step Parents establish strong bonds with their step children during their relationship with the biological parent of the…View More
Should you use a Trust to set up your business?
Business owners may be familiar with some of the structures that they can choose to run their business, such…View More
What happens if you can’t make a Will?
A person can only make a Will if they have the Testamentary Capacity to do so. Some people never…View More
Nullity or Divorce
Nullity and Divorce are quite different. Divorce is the dissolving of a valid marriage following a period of at…View More
Domestic Violence Victim Tenancy Rights!
Recent reforms to the NSW Residential Tenancy Act 2010 have now given victims of Domestic Violence the opportunity to…View More
Bateman Battersby 2018 Bursary Winner
Piadora Rahme from St Mary’s Senior High School is the winner of this year’s Bateman Battersby Law Bursary. Piadora…View More
Can Executors get paid?
Executors are entitled to be reimbursed for the reasonable expenses they incur in administering a deceased’s estate, but being…View More
Are your casual employees really casual – What if they are not?
It has long been understood and accepted that casual employees receive a loading (extra pay) to compensate them for…View More
Compulsory Acquisition – what happens when the Government wants your property!
With NSW’s population expected to increase to more than 10 million over the next decade, the State Government will…View More
Capital Gains Tax – the sleeper in Family Law property settlements
Negotiating a Family Law Property Settlement involves calculating many elements including the contributions made by each party to the…View More