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Family Law

How Do You Split Super In A Divorce?

Have you reviewed your super lately? While superannuation is an important financial resource in our lives, it is often overlooked ...
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Wills and Estates

3 Reasons To Update Your Will In 2022

With the new year fast approaching, now is a good time to start thinking about revisiting your will and making ...
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Family Law

How do I find the right family lawyer for me?

When dealing with legal issues, finding an effective legal advocate is a must. But what should you look for in ...
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Family Law

3 Tips for Shared Parenting at Christmas

Christmas should be a time of celebration spent with those you love. Here in Queensland, we’re blessed with beautiful weather ...
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Wills and Estates

What is an Executor?

An executor is a person nominated by a testator to administer their last will and testament in the event of ...
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Wills and Estates

How Do I Access A Will After Someone Passes?

When a loved one passes away, there are many emotions and responsibilities that collide. There are funeral plans to be ...
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Family Law

How Long Before I Can File For Divorce?

Whilst the majority of couples enter into marriage with the expectation it will be for life, sometimes divorce is a ...
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Wills and Estates

4 Things You Should Include In Your Will

Your last will and testament is an important document that serves to uphold your wishes regarding the handling of your ...
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Family Law

What is Family Law?

Family Law: Civil or Criminal?  Australian law may be separated into two broad categories, civil law and criminal law. Generally ...
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