When Do I need to Hire a Compensation Lawyer?

By |2017-12-05T15:34:46+11:00Monday, November 20, 2017|Business, Corporate & Commercial, Litigation, Superannuation Law|

If you or someone you love is injured in an accident that was caused by someone else you can often be entitled to compensation to pay medical costs, recover loss of income and other expenses. A personal injury can have a devastating effect on a person’s life. Dealing with the emotional, physical and financial [...]

Isn’t it cheaper to use a conveyancer?

By |2017-12-17T08:46:23+11:00Thursday, October 19, 2017|Business, Corporate & Commercial, Property, Conveyancing & Leasing|

Buying a property is a very important financial decision. It is important to ensure that the person who is advising you and handling your transaction, be it a real estate agent, conveyancer or solicitor is fully qualified and licensed. Your choice of agent and conveyancing service should be based on the cost of the [...]

Being an Executor of an Estate

By |2017-12-06T11:37:08+11:00Monday, September 18, 2017|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

What is an executor? If you have been named as executor in someone’s Will, it means the deceased wanted you to manage his or her estate, perhaps together with another person. There can be any number of executors named in a Will, though one or two is usually considered sufficient. What are an executor’s [...]

Information about buying a Business

By |2017-12-06T11:39:34+11:00Thursday, September 14, 2017|Business, Corporate & Commercial|

Introduction Purchasing a business is a large legal and financial commitment and it is important that you are properly advised in order to avoid the pitfalls. There are many considerations that you should take into account: Do you have the appropriate qualifications and/or experience to run the business? Are there any competitors or new [...]

Why everyone needs a Will

By |2017-12-05T15:32:32+11:00Friday, August 18, 2017|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

A Will is important for your family's security Everyone over 18 years of age should have a Will. If you have any assets, married or not, and especially if you have children, it is essential to make a Will.   It is the only way to make sure that, no matter what happens to you, [...]

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