RMB Lawyers turned 130 years of age on Saturday 28 February, 2015.
Following a Relationship breakdown, the parties to that relationship, being spouses or people who have been in a De Facto relationship often need to resolve matters of property. This is, in essence, what property settlement is all about.
On 12 November 2014 the High Court of Australia handed down its decision in Hunter and New England Local Health District v McKenna.
Families considering the "granny flat" option for aged care should draw up an agreement so that everyone is clear about their obligations and to cover a variety of possible circumstances.
A look at changes to the law on commencement of approved developments that will affect builders and property developers.
A look at the impact of funding cuts at the Environmental Defenders Office.
The pitfalls of trying to cut corners when buying or selling a home.
Circumstances which may lead to property contracts being rescinded.
Changes in the law governing contracts in “off the plan” property purchases.
We look at splitting superannuation when couples separate.
Pre-nuptial agreements and questions how binding they actually are.
An examination of the pitfalls posed by social media in Family Law disputes.
Sspecial trusts designed to provide for people with disabilities after their parents have died.
Access to digital assets that is creating problems for executors of Wills and lawyers finalising deceased estates.
What can happen when a terminally person refuses medical treatment.
Whether the executor of your will can use your life insurance to pay your debts when you die.
The value of family trusts in the light of two high-profile cases that came before before the Courts that year.