Family Law

To will, or not to will – that is the question
March 19, 2020
 
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
 
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 get a Divorce Without Losing your Mind - Divorce in NSW
November 22, 2019
 
Separating from a spouse can be hard, but when it comes to the practicalities of divorce, put the tissues away and focus on getting through it without losing out. Here’s a guide to the divorce process in Australia. Are you…
What Is A Power Of Attorney?
November 1, 2018
 
Power Of Attorney When considering the future, particularly finances, it’s not uncommon for people to think about if the worst should happen. This usually means preparing a will and appointing an executor to ensure all debts are paid and that…
De facto Property settlement
November 10, 2016
 
De-Facto It’s that word that many couples are aware of and may even start referring to themselves as, but are never really sure what it means. At what point does your relationship become de facto? Well legally, the relationship becomes…