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Wills for Blended Families

Making a Will is important, particularly if you are part of a blended family. A blended family is a family in which one or both partners have a child or children from a previous relationship. Careful estate planning now should ensure that all of your intended beneficiaries are provided for when you die and that… Read More

Deceased Estates – What Happens When Executors Don’t Agree

When someone dies, their assets are usually distributed according to their will. The person responsible for managing and distributing these assets is the “executor” of the deceased estate. In some cases, a will appoints more than one person to act as executor, and these individuals normally need to work cooperatively to execute the duties of… Read More

Top tips for reducing legal fees in your family law matter

Family law proceedings can become very stressful. The last thing you should be worrying about is exorbitant legal fees. However, your family law fees do not necessarily have to become a burden. We have provided our top 10 tips on ways in which you can keep your legal fees reasonable! Although family law proceedings can… Read More

Updates in the Profession- Critical Incidents List

The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia have recently established a new Court list known as the Critical Incidents List. The Critical Incidents List is dedicated to family law applications filed in circumstances where following criteria is met: The Applicant is a non-parent caring for the child or children; There is no parent available… Read More