I Want to See My Grandchildren, What Can I Do?

November 29th, 2019|Shweta Kumar

November 2019 | Shweta Kumar Are you a grandparent who wants to spend time with your grandchildren? Did you know that grandparents can apply to a court under the Family Law Act for orders their

Whose Intellectual Property Is It Anyway?

October 31st, 2019|admin

October 2019 | Alex Shdidi When business owners are in the initial phases of building a business one aspect often overlooked is the protection of intellectual property (IP). This is understandable as the business owners

We’ve Reached a Family Law Agreement – What Should We Do?

October 31st, 2019|admin

October 2019 | Shweta Kumar In the family law context, two people may come to an agreement in relation to property or parenting matters without speaking to a lawyer. They may also think it is sufficient

How to Avoid an Opal/Mascot Towers Debacle!

September 30th, 2019|Margaret Rouen

September 2019 | Margaret Rouen An Erskineville apartment block that was completed in April of 2018 is sitting empty following revelations that the developer didn’t properly clean up toxic land beneath the building. This is

I Want More Money, I Contributed More!

September 26th, 2019|admin

September 2019 | Ariza Arif “How do we work out our property split? What will I get? I put in [x] amount and I want it back!” “I have to look after the kids, I

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.