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What Rights do Grandparents Excluded from Seeing their Grandchildren have?

Perhaps one of the saddest consequences of family breakdown is when relations between parents become so strained that grandparents on either side are excluded from seeing their grandchildren. Either or…

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What to Do If You’re Frightened to Leave a Situation of Domestic Violence

The horrendous murder of Hannah Clarke and her three children by her former partner in Brisbane in February 2020 has focused attention yet again on the terrible toll domestic violence…

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What is a Property Settlement?

Working out how to divide property and assets when a relationship ends can be a very difficult time. Emotions are high and yet a sober, clear-minded approach is required in…

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Can Your Ex-De Facto Partner Inherit Under Your Will?

As qualified family lawyers, we often help clients facing challenging, if not devastating life events. These include the death of a loved one, and the end of a marriage or…

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Leasing Your Commercial Property? What You Need to Know About Commercial Leasing in QLD

The relationship between a landlord and a tenant in a commercial setting is an obviously crucial one which in Queensland is governed both by legislation as well as contract law….

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Caught Drink Driving? What You Need to Know About DUI Charges in Queensland

You would have to be living in a cave in Australia to have not seen and understood the implications of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs. Public…

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What Rights do Grandparents Excluded from Seeing their Grandchildren have?

Perhaps one of the saddest consequences of family breakdown is when relations between parents become so strained that grandparents on either side are excluded from seeing their grandchildren. Either or…

read more

What to Do If You’re Frightened to Leave a Situation of Domestic Violence

The horrendous murder of Hannah Clarke and her three children by her former partner in Brisbane in February 2020 has focused attention yet again on the terrible toll domestic violence…

read more

What is a Property Settlement?

Working out how to divide property and assets when a relationship ends can be a very difficult time. Emotions are high and yet a sober, clear-minded approach is required in…

read more

Can Your Ex-De Facto Partner Inherit Under Your Will?

As qualified family lawyers, we often help clients facing challenging, if not devastating life events. These include the death of a loved one, and the end of a marriage or…

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Moving House With The Kids?

Packing up and moving is seldom easy. For parents, packing up and moving with the kids following separation or divorce can be especially challenging. One of the most serious considerations…

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What are the Issues Around Recovery of Children?

The worst nightmare of any parent going through separation or divorce is that your ex-partner might ‘take off’ with your kids, within Australia or overseas. Perhaps it has already happened….

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Leasing Your Commercial Property? What You Need to Know About Commercial Leasing in QLD

The relationship between a landlord and a tenant in a commercial setting is an obviously crucial one which in Queensland is governed both by legislation as well as contract law….

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7 Things to Consider Before Buying a House on the Gold Coast

Buying a house on the Gold Coast isn’t just about paying what’s on the property’s price tag. 1. Who’s Buying it? If you’re reading this, it’s probable that you are considering buying a house or property….

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How to Prevent Someone from Receiving Part of Your Estate

No matter what you do, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to keep your family from bickering over your will. Inevitably, a family member will be upset about what they…

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How Do I Know if My Parent has Testamentary Capacity to Update their Will?

Learning that your parent wants to update their will can be a source of consternation and concern. This can be especially upsetting if you find out that your mother or…

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Who Should I Nominate As My Enduring Power of Attorney?

Appointing an enduring power of attorney should become an important part of any advanced care plan, particularly as you get older. An enduring power of attorney is a legal document…

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What Happens When There is No Enduring Power of Attorney in Place?

Appointing someone you trust with power of attorney is likely one of those things many of us dismiss as unimportant, or more likely put off as something we can always…

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What is a Will and Why Do You Need One?

A will is one of the most important and practical legal documents you will create in your lifetime. By making a will, you ensure a number of things will happen…

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What is a Testamentary Trust and Why Should I Consider One?

An unavoidable fact of life is that, someday, we all die. While many avoid thinking about this particular reality, it doesn’t change the fact of the matter and by putting…

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Caught Drink Driving? What You Need to Know About DUI Charges in Queensland

You would have to be living in a cave in Australia to have not seen and understood the implications of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs. Public…

read more

Leasing Your Commercial Property? What You Need to Know About Commercial Leasing in QLD

The relationship between a landlord and a tenant in a commercial setting is an obviously crucial one which in Queensland is governed both by legislation as well as contract law….

read more

How Do I Know if My Parent has Testamentary Capacity to Update their Will?

Learning that your parent wants to update their will can be a source of consternation and concern. This can be especially upsetting if you find out that your mother or…

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