If Your Child is Asking for a Loan, Don’t Break the Golden Rule!

December 20th, 2018|Jonathan Harris

December 2018 | Jonathan Harris If your child is in a state of financial need, it is understandable that you, as a parent, would want to help them. In recent times there has been an

Attention All: Stay Safe this ‘Silly Season’

December 20th, 2018|Scott Freidman

December 2018 | Scott Freidman The Christmas and New Year period is a time to enjoy the company of family and friends. However, the 'silly season' can also be a busy time of the year

Don’t Fall Foul of New Pension Rules

December 7th, 2018|Jonathan Harris

December 2018 | Jonathan Harris Serious consequences for failing to make minimum payments You probably know that the ATO has confirmed the consequences of not meeting the minimum payment requirements for pensions. A pension ceases

My Health Record: Are You at Risk?

November 28th, 2018|Les Stubbs

November 2018 | Les Stubbs & Cheryl Po What is My Health Record? Under the My Health Record scheme, a health record account will be created for you by the end of 2018 (with records

Who Can Look at Your Will Upon Your Death?

November 25th, 2018|Jonathan Harris

November 2018 | Jonathan Harris In New South Wales, beneficiaries under a will are entitled to receive a copy of the will. This is done by making a formal request to the executor of the

Squatters Rights: Developer’s Adverse Possession Trumps Descendants

November 25th, 2018|Kieran Kelly

November 2018 | Kieran Kelly Justice Darke was recently asked to decide the unusual case of McFarland v Gertos [2018] NSWSC 1629 involving a property at 6 Malleny Street, Ashbury. Henry Thompson Downie, the owner