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FIND OUT THE REAL IMPORTANCE OF ESTATE PLANNING AND HAVING A CURRENT WILL

Why do you need a Will? If you die without a Will the law says you have died “intestate”, this means that you have left no valid instructions as to how your property will be distributed.  Your estate will then be divided up according to a formula in the legislation. Why do you need an […]

Litigation May 8, 2017

Is Cassie Sainsbury pure as the driven snow?

Cassie has joined an exclusive Australian club. Bob Hawke, Paul Keating, John Howard and Malcolm Turnbull all have warned young Australians not to join this club, as there are no Immediate Past Presidents…

The hidden costs of property investment that nobody talks about

The hidden costs of property investment that nobody talks about

Are you considering investing your money into an investment property and becoming a property investor? If yes, you need to know what costs are involved and how to establish the best ownership structure for your asset. As many newcomers find out – it is not always a simple process to make an investment, especially in […]

Property Law Vendor Finance March 23, 2017

Can you really buy without banks?

Have you found a property you want to buy, but don’t have enough deposit (or sufficient credit history) to finance it? Or do you have a property that you would like to sell but the buyers who are interested are finding it difficult to get finance? Are you thinking of assisting your children to buy […]

UNDERSTANDING QLD FIRST HOME OWNERS GRANTS

Financial February 13, 2017

Understanding Queensland’s First Home Owners’ Grant in 2017

Are you dreaming of your first home? With the Queensland Government’s increased First Home Owners’ Grant, your dream could soon become your reality. The First Home Owner’s Grant, an initiative from the Queensland Government, could help you to buy your first home sooner. Depending on the contract date, you may be eligible to receive $15,000 […]

Family Law January 6, 2017

Divorce as usual isn’t the only choice. Collaborative practice.

That’s correct. Divorce as usual isn’t the only choice any longer. Introducing collaborative practice. It produces solutions, not casualties. Too often, divorce becomes a declaration of war between the parties. You’ve seen the staggering losses in your self esteem, dignity, inner peace and well-being. When children are involved, you may feel the hurt deepest and […]

Articles Conveyancing December 21, 2016

THINKING ABOUT PURCHASING A UNIT, APARTMENT OR TOWNHOUSE IN 2017? THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU ACT.

Are you thinking about purchasing a lot in a community titles scheme (that is, unit, apartment or town house on a property that has a body corporate)? If you are, you have many things to consider. In particular you MUST be aware of the rights, responsibilities and obligations which go hand-in-hand with buying a lot. […]

Articles Family Law November 28, 2016

7 Simple Hacks To Resolve Family Disputes Over The Holidays (Like A Divorce Lawyer)

The holiday season is supposed to be a time of togetherness and joy. However, since family members may not always get along, holiday family gatherings can bring out conflict, stress and tension.  If you are contemplating attending a potentially difficult holiday gathering, read on. Consider the following tips to make the holiday a peaceful one […]

Articles Family Law November 16, 2016

How To Find The Right Family Lawyer

Legal family matters may sometimes be simple, but finding the perfect lawyer might not. You may be at a loss, not knowing where to begin the search for legal assistance. By following a few simple guidelines, you can find the lawyer who is the right fit for both you and your case. Before contacting any lawyers, you must first identify the […]

At Last The Secrets Of Instalment Contracts Fully Revealed

First, what is an instalment contract? An instalment contract is a contract for the sale of land, and where applicable, including improvements (that is, the house etc) which provides that: the purchase price is to be paid by a series of instalments (which may or may not include the payment of a deposit); the Buyer […]

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