Overwhelmed. Undervalued. Unappreciated. These are the feelings many Australian caregivers experience from the moment they wake up in the morning up until they go to sleep at night. As personal injury lawyers, we have witnessed first hand the traumatic effects accidents and injuries have not just on victims, but on carers who must also pick... Read More
February may be the month for romance, but when it comes to relationship law, love cannot afford to be blind. In this blog, we debunk the top three legal myths our family lawyers hear, and explain why believing them can cost you more than you’d think! Myth #1: Consent is the only law I need... Read More
Are you wondering what all the fuss is about when it comes to marriage equality? If you, like many Australians, think same-sex couples had all the rights they needed before the Marriage Amendment Bill 2017 was passed last year, you’ll be surprised to know just how much this legislation has positively impacted the everyday lives... Read More
There is no industry more concerned with specifics than the insurance industry, and anyone who has lodged a Total and Permanent Disability insurance (TPD) claim can attest to just how detailed a completed claim application needs to be and how excruciatingly long it can take to have a claim approved. If you’re considering lodging a... Read More
Grit, determination and the right amount of funding aren’t all that it takes to successfully go into business with someone. No matter how solid your partnership may seem at the outset, you need to nut out a few basic legal agreements before you start operating a business together. This month we asked business owners what they wish they'd done before partnering - and their answers all revolved around one thing: Partnership agreements!
Revenge porn is a particularly insidious type of harassment where an ex-partner publishes sexually explicit images of a former flame online without their consent. Unfortunately, because this is a relatively new crime there isn’t an Australia-wide law to deter offenders, but there are still other options for victims to pursue.