Have you been left out of the ‘Will’ of a loved one, or do you feel as if the gift left to you is inadequate? Unfortunately, this is a relatively common story. The law has responded to this by … [Read more...] about HAVE YOU BEEN LEFT OUT OF A WILL?
Has someone failed to pay money that is owed to you? Here is what you could do; You attempt to communicate with the debtor in order to understand why the debt has not been paid. You send an … [Read more...] about A Guide to Debt Recovery
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned social media companies of potential changes to the law which will impose severe penalties if they do not make changes to stop the … [Read more...] about Changes to the Privacy Act
What is a De Facto Relationship? According to the Family Law Act 1975, a de facto relationship exists when two parties have been living together on a genuine domestic basis. A relationship is not … [Read more...] about Your Rights in a De Facto Relationship
Separation is often a ‘catastrophic loss’ to either one or both parties. Adjusting to separation presents complications on many levels, such as self-esteem issues, financial security, friendships, … [Read more...] about Dealing with the pressure cooker environment of family law proceedings
Magistrate from Port Macquarie, Ms Dominique Burns, was referred to NSW Parliament after complaints were made regarding her conduct in … [Read more...] about JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT: DOMINIQUE BURNS REFERRED TO PARLIAMENT
If you are over the age of 18 and do not have a Will, please consider attending to preparing one as soon as possible. As you are aware, it must be a written document outlining your … [Read more...] about THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN MAKING A WILL
We recently hosted a free legal workshop covering the areas of the law that affect us all in our daily lives. Topics included wills, family provision claims, family separation, cyber-bullying, … [Read more...] about F&G Free Legal Workshop