Social Media as evidence in court proceedings

Family law matters are extremely sensitive and involve important financial issues as well as personal issues, including those surrounding child custody. Oftentimes the nature of the issues is…

What happens if I’m injured while working from home or on a flexi work agreement?

This is really a two-handed question. On the one hand, workers need to know what their rights and protections are while working from home. On the other, employers need to know how to provide safe…

Do you know what the effects of marriage or divorce will have on your Will?

Be forewarned! This is not one of those areas of the law that will seem intuitively obvious, even after a thoughtful explanation. Marriage and divorce will affect your Will and other estate planning…

Can I enforce an unsigned contract?

A contract between parties is insurance that both parties understand the obligations and ramifications of the work or services they will be exchanging. However, there are times when parties may enter…

Retail Tenancy Disputes and Mediation Options

There is nothing more exciting and more anxiety provoking than starting your own retail business. For those whose dream it is to have their own small business, renting a space is the place to begin.…

What happens during a family report interview?

Has the prospect of attending a family report interview sent you into a full-scale panic? Our first piece of advice– however counterintuitive – is don’t let it. To help you out it may be beneficial…

What Happens When Your Landlord Sells the Building Where Your Business Is Located?

When starting a new business one of the most important steps is securing a commercial or retail space. In doing so, it is almost always necessary to secure a lease that will be long enough to allow…

Do I need special considerations in my commercial lease?

Landlords must protect their legal and commercial interests in property. The best way to do this from a contractual perspective is to include any particularly important special provision (i.e., a…

Keep your clients out of this Jurisdiction’s hands

Most lawyers, myself included do not want to go anywhere near the New South Wales Civil & Administrative Tribunal (NCAT). It is sometimes termed a ‘kangaroo court’. It is not a court but a…

Grievance Policy – Why Your Business Needs One

While employers would like to believe that their employees are satisfied and have little cause for discord with their employer or their employment, this is not necessarily correct. Therefore, it is…

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