Your Rights as a Beneficiary
Beneficiaries under a Will usually want to know how much money they are going to receive or be able…View More
Victory for Pets in Strata Scheme By-Law Dispute
With more and more people now living in strata blocks, it is perhaps unsurprising that there has been so…View More
Time Limits in the Family Court – Don’t be late!
When partners separate or divorce, it’s best if their financial relationship is also concluded expeditiously. Limitation period for married…View More
Paternity Testing in Family Law matters
Paternity testing and Family Law often cross paths. Testing may be required to settle a Child Support issue, a…View More
New Birth Certificates available for Adoptees
The NSW Government has recently introduced a new Birth Certificate that may be used as a legal identity document…View More
Directors Liability for Underpayments
All employers have an obligation to ensure that their employees are paid for the work undertaken by them commensurate…View More
Bankruptcy and Inheritance – Who gets the $$$?
Receipt of an inheritance usually has mixed emotions for recipients. On the one hand, there is sadness because usually…View More
What is a caveat?
The word ‘caveat’ means ‘beware’ and arises in various legal contexts however it is specifically linked to property law….View More
Marriage, Divorce and your Will – what you need to know!
About half of all Australians don’t have a valid Will. Of those who do, many make their Will and…View More
Employer’s Duty of Care at the Work Christmas Party!
End of year work functions can provide employers and employees with the opportunity to reflect on the year that…View More