Achieving the Best Possible Outcomes in Legal Cases

  • The Benefits of Hiring A Wills And Estates Lawyer To Write Your Will

    27 May 2020

    Do you wish to write your will? Well, you need to hire a wills and estates lawyer to help you through the process. Below is a comprehensive guide on the benefits of hiring a wills and estates lawyer to help you write your will.  The lawyer's first task is to examine your estate. It includes any tangible and intangible assets such as land, businesses, cash and stocks. He or she will review your current debt to determine the actual value of your estate.

  • How to Begin the Process of Searching for Your First Home

    22 October 2019

    If you're fed up of sinking all of your money into household rent each month, then you may have decided to get your own slice of Australia and buy your first home. Congratulations — this is a momentous decision and will take a lot of planning if it is to go as smoothly as possible. Come up with a plan and make sure that you go through it, step-by-step, to stand the best chance of success.

  • Why Hire a Conveyancing Solicitor Over a Conveyancer?

    23 January 2019

    When you buy or sell a property, you have to go through a series of legal hoops to transfer the property from one person to another. This process is called conveyancing. It's generally easiest to use a qualified professional service to do this. Depending on where you live, you may have the choice of using a conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor. What's the difference between the two? When might it be better to use a solicitor rather than a conveyancer?

  • Top 5 Reasons to Let a Divorce Lawyer Handle Your Divorce

    19 November 2018

    If your marriage has irretrievably broken down, that's enough grounds for divorce. After establishing that you meet the criteria for filing for a divorce, you'll need to find a good divorce and family lawyer to fight your case.  There are various reasons to hire a divorce attorney when you're getting a divorce. Here are 5 you should know about. 1. They'll help you serve the divorce petition To get the divorce process rolling, you'll need to serve a divorce petition on the other spouse.

  • Thresholds That Workers Compensation Claims Must Meet

    26 June 2018

    If there is an area in workers compensation law that employees do not understand well, then it is compensation threshold. Most employees are of the belief that as long as you have been injured in the workplace, you are entitled to workers compensation. However, nothing could be further from the truth. First, there is a threshold that claims must meet. Second, the limits are guided by a strict set of workers compensation guidelines.

  • Collaborative Divorce: How And Why?

    21 July 2016

    A collaborative divorce is one that embraces alternative dispute resolution strategies such as mediation and negotiation as opposed to litigation. This concept is increasingly becoming a popular option with Australian couples looking to get divorced. The increasing popularity can somewhat be attributed to various negative aspects associated with the traditional court-based divorce, for which collaborative divorce provides a remedy. This article explains how and why. Open Communication The collaborative process allows for open communication between you and your spouse under the guidance of appointed family law practitioners.

  • What to Expect When Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    20 July 2016

    One of the most commonly types of bankruptcy filed is chapter 7. This type of bankruptcy is also referred to as liquidation bankruptcy as in the end you will have liquidated most of your debt if not all of it! Any non-exempt properties that you may have will be sold. This will be done by your bankruptcy trustee so as to pay off creditors with the proceeds. Exempt properties will remain under your name.