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

So I Am Owed Money: Who’s Buying?

May 27th, 2019|Kieran Kelly

May 2019 | Kieran Kelly What is the common thread through each of the following scenarios? a business that wants to sell an outstanding debt; a business that is being sold inclusive of debts owed to

One Too Many? – Alcohol and Domestic Violence

May 20th, 2019|Les Stubbs

May 2019 | Les Stubbs Your family lawyer may have advised you, or you may have read that the most important issue in parenting proceedings in family law cases is “the best interests of the child”.

Company Officers, Professional Advisors and Liquidators – a Heads Up!

May 19th, 2019|admin

May 2019 | James Freidman Employee entitlements and the Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG) In a liquidation situation, employees of a business are particularly vulnerable as ‘unsecured creditors’. Through the Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG) scheme, the Australian

The 2019 Federal Election and the Family Court

April 24th, 2019|Les Stubbs

April 2019 | Les Stubbs What will be important to you when you vote in the upcoming federal election on 18 May 2019 – tax cuts and/or reform, infrastructure spending, skills development, guaranteeing essential services,