An outline of the Mandatory Alcohol Interlock program for repeat drink driving offenders.
The Workers Compensation Act 1987 allows injured workers to claim lump sum amounts from their employer or insurer, but is it right for everyone?
The taxation implications in disposal of assets after divorce.
In this article, we look at the issue of liability when people are injured in falls in public places.
In this article, we outlines how accident victims can qualify for compensation for pain and suffering.
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An outline of the steps cyclists can take if injured in a road accident.
Some common sense tips on Why are Binding Death Benefit Nominations so difficult?
In this week’s LAW MATTERS column, we argue that the NSW Government’s Lifetime Care & Support Scheme does not adequately meet the needs of people who are injured in motor vehicle accidents
Collaborative Family Law as an alternative to more confrontational ways of dealing with family breakdown and divorce.
In this second of a two-part series on Power of Attorney, we consider the issues of Enduring Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship.
Many people do not know that they have insurance cover inside their superannuation. In this article we explain the value of understanding what your superannuation contains.
Restraint of trade clauses are designed to protect business. However they aren’t necessarily binding.
The Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 allows claims to be made in the event of a blameless accident.
The need for businesses to take special care when restructuring for asset protection.
The circumstances in which Family Law Consent orders can be set aside.
A look at the options when friends won't pay back a debt.
A solution to a problem that can arise with Power of Attorney property sales.
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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.