Legal

Be Sure of your Rights!

Are you currently involved in a situation where you are unsure of your rights and need legal advice? Do you feel you have been discriminated against by gender, race, sexuality or religion? Are you unsure whether you are being sexually harassed? Are you facing divorce or separation? More...

Your Will

A Will determines who gets control of your property and assets, and offers protection for your family in the event of your death. More...

Equity & Succession Planning

When we are in business, we can spend most of our time working in our businesses and little time working on our businesses. Planning for you personally and your business should include equity and succession issues. More...

How can it be stopped?

No one deserves to be abused. Domestic Violence is a serious crime that affects many women in Australia. If you know someone who is being abused, your support is needed. Let them know that they deserve better. If you are being abused, seek support from family, friends, doctors and community legal centres. Seek protection from the police and the legal system. More...

Conveyancing - the highs & lows

Conveyancing is the buying and selling of property - commercial buildings, houses, farms, vacant land. For most people, buying and selling a house is a major decision and often an emotional one. More...

Buying & Selling a Business

Buying or selling a business is a major decision and (where you are the owner and operator of that business) often an emotional one. There are a number of matters, which you should consider in undertaking this action. More...

Life Law and Not Enough Shoes

'Life Law and Not Enough Shoes' is both an intriguing tale of Judith Fordham's remarkable transition from being on welfare to success in the legal world and an expose on our jury system. Transsexuals, bikies, alleged murderers and rapists are just part of the real-life cast Judith Fordham has represented, all while raising four children by herself. More...

Unfair Dismissal

The Act which applies to most cases of sexual harassment federally is the Sex Discrimination Act 1984. More...



Torrens Title

"Torrens Title" is named after its inventor, Sir Robert Richard Torrens who was instrumental in the implementation of this unique and efficient system of dealing with land in 1858. More...

Strata Title

Strata title is also part of the Torrens title system. It permits the horizontal subdivision of land into separate titles for separate 'strata' lots or units, which is something that the former torrens system was not set up to do. Each lot or unit represents a separate apartment. More...

Sexual Harassment

The Act which applies to most cases of sexual harassment federally is the Sex Discrimination Act 1984. You should note at the outset that the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 will protect you only against certain forms of sexual harassment. Not all inappropriate behaviour will be unlawful. More...

Strata Living

Strata Living More...

Separation Agreements

If parties are able to reach an agreement in relation to the issues between them, whether it be issues concerning children, spousal maintenance, or property settlement, that agreement can be formally recorded in the Family Court by consent. More...

Retrenchment

An employee is said to be "retrenched" when his or her job becomes redundant and the employer either cannot offer the employee any alternative position or, any alternative position offered by the employer cannot be accepted by the employee. More...

Retirement Villages

Strata Title means the same as it does in the wider community in that it basically gives the Purchaser complete title to their own unit. More...

Property Settlement

Property settlement involves the parties agreeing or the court making orders which divide the parties' assets between them. Whilst parties have to wait 12 months from the time that they separate until they can apply for their divorce, they can resolve property matters More...

Home Financing

You may have to provide evidence of your income. More...

Encroachments

Is your neighbour's property encroaching onto your land? More...

Ending your Marriage

A divorce is when you legally end your marriage. The divorce literally dissolves your marriage. To apply for a divorce, obviously you need to have been married. More...

Child Contact

When parents separate or do not live together, one of the most important issues that they need to resolve is the children's continued contact with More...

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