A Guide to Conveyancing

Posted on: 9 January 2019
One of the essential services when buying property is conveyancing services. A property conveyancer is an individual who handles the legal aspects of property sales. Below is a guide to the conveyancing process. Why do you need a conveyancer?  The conveyancer will help out with the following things:  He or she will conduct due diligence to ensure that the person selling the property is its actual owner. The conveyancer will help you negotiate the property price.
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What to Do If Your Spouse Is Physically Abusing Your Child

Posted on: 24 October 2018
Violence against children in the home set-up is more common than you would think. Violence can be physical, emotional or psychological, and when it happens, it deprives a child of their right to enjoy a peaceful and emotionally healthy environment. If you suspect that a parent, a guardian or another caretaker could be subjecting their child to domestic violence, you are allowed to get help for them and to remove the child from that environment.
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Why You Should Never Buy a Pool Home without This Paperwork

Posted on: 7 September 2018
Are you on the lookout for a new home, as your family has grown out of your old one? You may be looking for somewhere that not only has plenty of extra space but allows you to unwind more effectively at the weekend. In Australia, this means a swimming pool and the good news is that there are a lot of properties on the market that are suitably equipped. Yet if you're not used to owning a pool, you may not be aware that it comes with certain obligations and you need to make sure that your paperwork is in order during any transaction.
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Understanding Australian Family Law

Posted on: 16 July 2018
Family law is a branch of law concerned with family relationships such as divorce, child support and property distribution. It is complicated as various states have different laws on divorce, child custody and asset distribution. To successfully argue out a client's case, a family attorney has to have the requisite knowledge of the applicable laws in the client's state. Below is a short guide on Australian family law. Divorce When a couple decides to call off their marriage, each partner is obligated to hire a divorce lawyer to represent them in court.
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