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  • Ten things to consider when partners separate

    Do you have a friend or relative who has just separated?  If so, the information below should help. What is meant by separation? Separation in Family Law is defined as the bringing to an end of a marriage or de facto relationship (which also includes same sex couples). There is no need or ability to […]

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    Why you might want to consider a Testamentary Trust in your Estate Plan

    Testamentary trusts are very effective estate planning tools and are becoming increasingly popular as more people become aware of their advantages. A testamentary trust is any trust established under a will, but the term is usually used in the context of a discretionary trust established under a will. Why are they becoming more popular? The […]

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    Debt Recovery Basics for Business

    If you are owed money for goods or services, the first step in attempting to recover it is generally to send a letter of demand to the other party setting out the amount of money outstanding and giving them a defined period of time within which to settle the matter by paying you the money […]

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    Resolving Payment Disputes

    If you work in the Building and Construction industry as a contractor and are experiencing difficulties or anticipate that you may experience difficulties in receiving payments...

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    Independent contractor or employee: Do you understand the difference?

    Engaging a person as an employee or an independent contractor will dictate the extent of a business’s responsibility to that the person and also has important tax and superannuation implications.

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    Protecting the rights of your loved ones when they are no longer able to protect their own

    Does your loved one suffer from Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or some other form of mental incapacitation and is no longer legally capable of changing or making a Will?

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