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Divorce Rates Surge During COVID-19.
July 6, 2020 in Family Law
 
While COVID has been a wonderful opportunity to spend more time with family at home - there’s also some truth in the saying that absence that makes the heart grow fonder… and we’ve not had much of that. Welcome to…
Domestic Violence Prevention Month
May 22, 2020 in Family Law
 
Note: If you have been abused and need urgent help, call 000 for police protection or scroll down to find one of the support service hotline numbers. In these challenging times of COVID-19, where there are restrictions upon our movements,…
Why Creating a Will During COVID-19 is a Good Idea
May 8, 2020 in Family Law
 
COVID-19 may be bringing uncertainty and worry for our families and ourselves. At the same time, the enforced isolation is giving us the opportunity to do things we’ve been putting off. Like, writing a will! It’s easier than learning a…
To will, or not to will – that is the question
March 19, 2020 in Family Law
 
Now, more than ever it is important to know what will happen when you pass away. These are unprecedented times filled with uncertainty and fear. People are literally fighting in the streets and supermarkets over something as simple and common…
Yes, you need a will. Here’s why.
February 6, 2020 in Family Law
 
There’s a saying: Where there’s a will, there’s a lawsuit. Wills aren’t just for wealthy people with money or assets they’re also designed to stop arguments and protect the vulnerable at an emotionally difficult time. If you’ve watched The Grand…
How to Legally Navigate Your Family Holidays
December 18, 2019 in Family Matters
 
Stop ‘ho ho ho’ turning into ‘boo hoo hoo’ Christmas is supposed to be full of love and joy, and all hurdles are overcome with a touch of magic – according to all Christmas films. In reality, for adults, Christmas…