Estate planning shouldn’t be regarded as something that is too big or too daunting to get done. Especially if you approach it like someone eating an elephant, one bite at a time until the job is done. Set out below is an estate planning checklist. If you need further assistance don’t hesitate to contact our […]
Many people believe that the Family Court will have regard to a child’s wishes regarding their choice of who they live with and/or where they live. This is only part of the story. Section 60CA of the Family Law Act provides that in deciding what orders the court will make in relation to a child […]
There are a number of ways to dispute the validity of a Will, including, but not limited to: the testator lacked testamentary capacity the testator did not know and approve the contents of the Will the testator was prevented by undue influence of a person for exercising his/her free will.
If it has been decided or agreed by the parents that they will both continue to have parental responsibility for a child, to spend time with that child will require a degree of co-parenting. Ideally, co-parenting looks lijke:
When you negotiating the terms of a commercial lease you must be very specific about what you are agreeing to pay. Some of the issues are:
In simple terms, a Power of Attorney is a document which empowers somebody to act for the principal to do things of a commercial nature, such as operating bank accounts, entering into contracts and buying and selling property. On the other hand, an Enduring Guardianship authorises the enduring guardian to act for the principal when […]
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