Wednesday 16th September 2020
Wednesday 22nd April 2020
Lawyers are traditionally very slow at adopting technology, and the laws typically evolve over long periods of time.
Despite electronic signatures being widely adopted in the commercial world, lawyers and the law have been a little slow to catch up.
Friday 23rd November 2018
You own your own home and have some other investments, but rely on the aged pension to meet your day to day living expenses. Not to mention the other benefits you receive from receiving a pension (even a small part pension), which can add up to a sizeable saving each year (in discounts on... more
Friday 16th November 2018
A Will’s main purpose is to record what will happen to your estate once you are gone. When making a Will, you will name one or more people in your Will as executor. The executor’s role is to be responsible for the process of carrying out your wishes.
Quite often, Mum or Dad will name their children... more
Category: Estate & Will Disputes
Friday 9th November 2018
Thursday 1st November 2018
Wednesday 4th October 2017
I woke up this morning and saw a video on Facebook of the faces of the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. As I watched the faces and thought about the tragic loss, I felt immensely sad, angry and sick. I reflected on the fact that I have walked those streets with my own children, and that the gorgeous woman... more
Friday 14th April 2017
Friday 31st March 2017
Thursday 16th March 2017
If you own a home with a swimming pool or an outdoor spa, then pay attention.
From April 2016, all pool owners need a swimming pool compliance certificate before they can sell or lease a property.
To get a compliance certificate, the local council or a private certifier will need to come and inspect... more