Parenting Orders – What can happen if they are breached?
What is a parenting order? A parenting order is a set of orders made by a court about parenting…View More
Purchased a property – what stays with it?
Sometimes the excitement and expectation surrounding the purchase of a property can be dampened when you inspect the property…View More
How is a Power of Attorney revoked?
By granting a Power of Attorney you appoint a person or persons of your choice to manage your assets…View More
Employee or Contractor – What if I get it wrong?
Contracting has emerged as an alternative to the traditional employment relationship. Some individuals wish only to be engaged as…View More
Care needs to be taken with “Prenups”
A Financial Agreement is a contract that sets out how your property and assets will be divided when your…View More
Making good choices when your business faces difficulties
Recent changes to the Corporations Act known as the “Safe Harbour Provisions” are aimed at making it easier for…View More
Burial or Cremation – who decides?
The death of a loved one is a time of grief, and an additional source of pain can emanate…View More
Can a former spouse or de facto partner contest your Will after you die?
In NSW the answer is yes – BUT only if the former spouse can overcome some significant hurdles. Section…View More
What are my legal rights in a breakdown of a de facto relationship?
In Australia, if you are in a de facto relationship, you generally have the same rights as a married…View More
Electronic Conveyancing – What is it and how does it work?
The term “electronic conveyancing” can be a little confusing as it infers that the whole process of preparing, negotiating,…View More