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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Burial or Cremation – who decides?

The death of a loved one is a time of grief, and an additional source of pain can emanate…

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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…

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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…

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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,…

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