Five Common Misconceptions about Estate Planning
An estate plan involves more than signing a Will and leaving it in a safe place. An effective Estate…View More
Risks of buying a new property before finalising your Family Law property settlement
If you’ve recently separated and wish to move on with your financial matters, it’s important to close off on…View More
Paper Certificates of Title Abolished with move to total eConveyancing
On 11 October 2021, new changes to the Land Titles system in NSW were introduced that will transition NSW…View More
Life Estate or Right of Residence?
It’s quite common, particularly in the case of blended families, that a person when making a new Will may…View More
Costs Orders in Family Law
The general rule for costs in Family Law matters is contained in section 117(1) of the Family Law Act…View More
Being an Attorney is not risk free!
A Power of Attorney is an important legal document. It allows a person (the principal) to authorise one or…View More
Using Mediation and Arbitration in Family Law disputes
Being a litigant in the Family Court system can be time consuming, personally exhausting and expensive. However, there are…View More
Do you have an encroachment?
An encroachment relates to a building or structure that intrudes on or crosses over another person’s land. The NSW…View More
2020 Law Bursary Winner
Eugenia Kim from Penrith High School is the winner of this year’s Bateman Battersby Law Bursary. Eugenia completed the…View More
Can Employers require Employees to get vaccinated?
As the COVID-19 vaccines are roll out, attention is turning to whether employers can require employees to be vaccinated. …View More