About BS&N Media

BS&N Media are the communications team at Baldock Stacy & Niven. Through our regular newsletters we aim to keep our clients up to date with interesting articles that seek to inform and advise of changes and events that can affect them and the wider Orange community.

Superannuation and Federal Budget 2021-22

By |2022-03-15T11:02:29+11:00Wednesday, May 19, 2021|Business, Corporate & Commercial, Superannuation Law|

The Federal Budget 2021-22 delivered on 11 May 2021 included changes to superannuation. In particular, changes to superannuation will be of interest for retirees, or those close to retiring as well as employees who earn below the superannuation guarantee threshold. The major Federal Government announcements for super last week included a few key measures: [...]

NSW State Taxes – Update

By |2020-11-24T10:26:52+11:00Tuesday, November 24, 2020|Business, Corporate & Commercial, Property, Conveyancing & Leasing|

NSW Budget 2020-2021 The NSW Budget 2020-2021 released on 17 November 2020 announced changes to stamp duty and land tax which will fundamentally change the way that property owners pay tax to the NSW Government. If you’re a home owner, or a potential home owner in the future, this is an important change for [...]

Track your settlement with the help of PEXA Key

By |2020-09-25T14:48:10+10:00Friday, September 25, 2020|Property, Conveyancing & Leasing|

As a PEXA Certified Member, Baldock Stacy & Niven recommends our conveyancing clients use PEXA Key as a secure way to communicate their personal banking details to us and to track the progress of their property settlement. PEXA Key is free and exclusively available from the Apple App and Google Play stores. Using PEXA [...]

Are your Will, Power of Attorney, and Guardianship documents up-to-date?

By |2020-09-25T14:48:42+10:00Friday, April 3, 2020|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

The friendly solicitors at Baldock Stacy Niven have a great deal of experience preparing Powers of Attorney, and Guardianship documents; documents which comprise a safety net for you in the event that you are incapacitated and need help from your family and loved ones. We all know that privacy concerns mean that it is [...]

Baldocks Welcomes Two New Solicitors

By |2020-03-11T12:52:53+11:00Wednesday, March 11, 2020|BS&N Team|

Baldock Stacy and Niven is thrilled to welcome two competent and enthusiastic new solicitors to the firm. Sarah Ryan was recently admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW as a solicitor after completing her Law Degree during 2019. Andrew Kelly has joined us at the commencement of 2020 after working as a solicitor in [...]

Can I get a Section 10? Recent Changes to Drink-Driving Penalties

By |2022-03-15T11:01:21+11:00Friday, November 29, 2019|Criminal Law|

Most of the people who come to Baldocks for advice about drink-driving charges are good people. They have jobs and families. They do not have criminal records and they have not been to court before.  They usually did not realise they were over the limit and thought they were okay to drive They always [...]

Baldock Stacy & Niven and The Salvation Army Community Wills Day

By |2019-05-17T12:21:17+10:00Tuesday, May 7, 2019|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

Baldock Stacy & Niven will be working with The Salvation Army in Orange for their Community Wills Day. When:    27th June 2019 How:      Book your appointment online via The Salvation Army website Participants must book an appointment on-line and pay a fee of $70 (individual) and $120 (couple), which will be used to support the local work [...]

Is it harder to get a home loan now?

By |2019-04-05T12:37:27+11:00Friday, April 5, 2019|BS&N Team, Building & Construction Law, Business, Corporate & Commercial, Property, Conveyancing & Leasing|

Anyone who has recently applied for a loan to buy a home may have noticed that it is no longer as easy to get finance as it used to be. Banks and other lending institutions have realised that in recent years they had been making it too easy to borrow money. As a result [...]


By |2021-06-01T11:48:41+10:00Thursday, January 24, 2019|Employment & Industrial Law|

Some major changes have recently occurred in respect to the employment of casual employees. The majority of modern Awards were amended in October 2018 to include a clause that provides that a regular casual employee can request conversion to permanent full-time or part-time employment. 'Regular casual employees' includes an employee who works 'a pattern [...]

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