In July we share a decision handed down in the Family Court relating to the valuation of rural property in matrimonial breakdowns, remind you to look at subject to finance conditions on sale agreements and ensure you know the basic requirements for domestic building work contracts.
For the month of June we share what to do about a barking dog, how to go about getting your money back while collecting your debts, children having access to their parents Family Court File, and the alternatives to tattooing your wishes on your chest.
For February we share the amendments to the Commonwealth Privacy Act, review your obligations with regards to supply of alcohol to minors, consider the risks of failing to comply with financial orders in Family Law & GST payment obligations when purchasing a new residential property.
On 22 February 2018 the law changed by reason of The Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017. This legislation details what needs to happen if and when a company suffers a loss of personal data to an outside attacker. Businesses can no longer ignore the problem, in fact, positive...
Welcome to the first edition of our newsletter for 2018. We want to share with you some important changes to the Retirement Villages Act, update you on a recent child abduction decision and provide further insights into will making.
Best wishes for a safe and happy festive season. We want to share with you some important changes to liquor licensing; foreign owner surcharge on property purchases and developments in family law.
The Full Court of the Family Court of Australia recently delivered a history making judgement with respect to authorisation of hormone treatment for children with Gender Dysphoria.
Cyber crime is increasing and we consider methods to protect your information, along with the potential impacts of inheritances after separation and take a look how the Bankruptcy Court can go behind a judgment.
Spring has sprung and we provide updates on changes in the conveyancing sector, family law High Court Case decision pending and some clarity around the signing of a will.
When can you re-open a parenting matter where Final Orders have been made previously?
Under s 64B(1)(b) of the Family Law Act, the Court has the power to vary, discharge, suspend or revive all or part of a Parenting Order.
Our August newsletter considers some of the legal issues for tiny houses and residential properties, along with preferential rights in commercial leasing and the changes to ATO clearance certificates.
From 1 August 2017, it is now possible for a couple to register their relationship with Birth Deaths and Marriages in South Australia. Any relationship can be registered, irrespective of whether same-sex or opposite sex, and irrespective of either parties’ sex or gender identity, as long as: