The Future of Your Family Trust

August 27th, 2019|admin

August 2019 | Claire Perry In New South Wales, a family trust can exist for a period of 80 years before the trust fund must be distributed to the beneficiaries and the trust wound up. 

Who Is a Parent?

August 27th, 2019|admin

August 2019 | Ariza Arif The nuclear family structure has changed, shifted and diversified over recent years with the use of sperm donation and in vitro fertilisation (“IVF treatment”). In a previous article: “Can a

How Might the Israel Folau Saga Affect Your Workplace?

August 1st, 2019|Kieran Kelly

July 2019 | Kieran Kelly Israel Folau’s Instagram comments have reverberated well beyond the confines of Australia’s rugby union community. Rugby Australia was stuck in an invidious position. Its biggest star and arguably best player had

Was That Unpaid Internship a ‘Fair Go’ or Exploitation?

July 31st, 2019|admin

July 2019 | James Freidman In January of 2013, the Fair Work Ombudsman report entitled Experience or Exploitation: The Nature, Prevalence and Regulation of Unpaid Work Experience, Internships and Trial Periods in Australia, found that ‘unpaid

Quick! What Would Grandma Have Wanted Us to Do with Her House?

June 17th, 2019|admin

June 2019 | James Freidman Welcome to Statutory Wills 101. A few important estate planning terms to be aware of before we start: Capacity: The term ‘capacity’ has no single legal definition. A person may have

There Are Pirates Everywhere, Not Just in the Caribbean!

June 17th, 2019|Les Stubbs

June 2019 | Les Stubbs Family violence is a very serious issue in Australia, and is treated as such in family law matters. But the making of false allegations is also treated seriously. The issue of