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Who Can Be My Power Of Attorney?

What is an Enduring Power of Attorney and why would I need one? An Enduring Power of Attorney is a document that effectively gives control of aspects of

Parenting Orders Vs Parenting Plans

Parenting orders are orders made by the court concerning the parenting arrangements for children. Parenting orders deal with:

The Difference Between Family Court Consents and Binding Financial Agreements

A Binding Financial Agreement is a contract between couples that outlines the jurisdiction of the Family Court to make orders in relation to their property

Family provision claims made against an Estate

In this episode of Talking Legal, Len Watt from Love Family law firm covers family provision claims made against an estate. 1. What is a family provision application or claim?

What happens to your Will if you leave it in your solicitor’s safe custody?

In this episode of Talking Legal, trusted Wills and Estates lawyer, Miranda Campbell, discusses what happens if you leave your Will in your solicitor’s safe

Property Orders During Covid-19

During Covid-19, our family law solicitors have had many enquiries about parties wanting to finalise their property matters or revisit their financial matters. Trusted family solicitor, Amy

All About Parenting Orders – Advice From Our Family Solicitors

A Parenting Order is a formal document that outlines parenting arrangements when you have separated from your partner. It sets out care arrangements and parental responsibilities,

Is it important to have a will in place during Covid-19? Advice from our Wills and Estates Lawyers in Brisbane

During Covid-19, our Wills and Estates Lawyers in Brisbane have had many enquiries about updating our client’s

How to comply with Parenting Orders during Covid-19

With the current Government restrictions in place, Covid-19 is likely to put a strain on co-parenting. If you have a court parenting order, you must continue to follow it.

How to protect yourself or loved ones against the misuse of an Enduring Power of Attorney

The Coronavirus pandemic has prompted many of us to consider whether we have our legal affairs in order.

COVID-19 pandemic and Domestic Violence – Staying Ahead of the Curve

The current restrictions and rules regarding isolation and limiting public movements except for essential travel have forced many Australians to

The COVID-19 pandemic - Q and A about family law

The COVID-19 pandemic and its effect around the world has drastically changed the lives of all Australians. New rules and restrictions on a State and Federal level are being introduced