What Do You Need to Consider When Choosing a Conveyancing Solicitor?

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Choosing the right conveyancing solicitor can be very difficult. Do you have friends and family who can recommend one to you? Are you conscious about your budget? Or do you want someone who has the best rating? Of course, it is important that you choose someone who has a proven record and who is a conveyancing solicitor who cares. Someone who is just in it for the money will be easy to detect.

22 May 2019

3 Tips For A Happy Summer Holiday Despite Parental Separation

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Christmas marks the beginning of the summer holidays for Australian children, and this time of year is particularly difficult for newly separated families. The season brings with it plenty of emotion, and as someone who is facing their first Christmas as a separated parent, you wonder how you are going to get through this period without major stress or conflict. Here are three tips to help you get through the upcoming summer holidays without having a major clash with your estranged spouse.

2 December 2018

3 Steps to Take When There Is No Will

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When you are in a situation where there is a death in the family, one of the first steps is to look for a will. If there is no will, you may not know how to proceed. This is especially true when homes, land, and other property is concerned. If you are in a situation where there is no will and you have what is known as a deceased estate, you will need a lawyer to determine who handles wills and estates.

5 October 2018

Going Through a Separation? How Social Media Could Get You into Trouble

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In modern day society, everybody is a publisher. A majority of the population has access to one or more of the major social media websites, and many people are active there every single day. This massive change in societal behaviour is already starting to create problems and generate unanswered questions. Unfortunately, the full effect of this seismic shift in behaviour may only become evident many years from now. You may not be aware, but the act of publishing can sometimes create problems for an individual.

29 June 2018

Dos and Don'ts for Seeking Compensation After a Car Accident

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If you get injured in a car accident due to another driver's fault, you are entitled to seek personal injury compensation. The amount compensated should compensate you for your medical bills, lost wages and any psychological trauma suffered as a result of the accident. However, many people make certain mistakes that cause them to be under-compensated, even when it's evident that the other party was at fault. So, to avoid these mistakes and ensure that you receive adequate compensation for your injuries and losses, you need to observe the following tips.

15 May 2018

All You Need to Know About Spent Convictions

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Criminal records can be detrimental to your life, especially when it comes to job opportunities or travelling overseas. If you have been convicted before, chances are you have a criminal record. However, this does not mean that you should live with the consequences of the criminal record forever. In fact, convictions can be 'spent'. A spent conviction is a term that refers to convictions that do not have to be disclosed and will usually not show on police record checks.

3 April 2018

When to Consult With a Pet Lawyer

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You may not think that getting a pet would require the use of a lawyer, but you might be surprised to learn how many laws regarding the ownership of animals, even domesticated cats and dogs, might affect you and your pet. Note when it's good to consult with a pet lawyer, at least for a consultation, and how their services can protect you. When you want to import an animal

23 February 2018

5 Signs You Should Call a Workers Comp Lawyer

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If you have been injured on the job, you may want to contact a worker's compensation attorney. Wondering if you need help from one of these specialists? If you meet any of the following criteria, you should consider contacting an attorney. 1. Your Boss Has Threatened to Fire You Under Australian law, workers are entitled to protection under workers compensation schemes. If you make a claim, your boss is not legally allowed to fire you.

18 January 2018

5 Things to Consider When Choosing the Right Criminal Law Attorneys

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Taking time to choose a skilled group of criminal law attorneys is essential. While being charged with a criminal offence is stressful, taking the time to make the right decision is important. Your criminal law attorneys will represent you from interviews with police, right through a trial and during sentencing. Putting some thought into your choice and deciding on an experienced, skilled attorney is essential. The wrong choice of criminal law attorney could have disastrous consequences.

27 November 2017

Property Law: Extinguishing and Modifying Easements

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In property law, an easement can be defined as the non-possessory right to enter and use the real estate of another entity. Easements are designed to ensure convenient passage across pieces of land or the right of way. Also, they provide individuals with access to a shared resource on private property such as ponds and beaches which they would not be able to access otherwise. However, some easements can become an unnecessary legal burden to the owner of the land, especially if they were instituted long time ago.

24 September 2017