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Smashed avo and housing affordability: The changes you need to know

It’s no surprise that the Sutherland Shire is one of the most desirable places in Sydney to live but it does come at a cost. With housing prices increasing, some first home buyers have been outpriced from entering the Shire…

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Separated Couples Etiquette: The Dos and Don’ts

Parting ways from your partner can be extremely difficult particularly in the early days of separation. As a family lawyer, it is not our role to advocate for divorce or separation, we are simply here to assist you to manage…

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Becoming electronically undone

We assist people daily in relation to the breakdown of their relationships.  In a Family Law dispute there is a requirement by each party to make full and frank disclosure of all relevant information once they have separated to assist…

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How to manage your debtors in practice

Cash flow is a crucial element to the growth and stability of a business. It is important to ensure that you have access to such cash when you need it. Often, this cannot occur for some businesses because of existing…

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Things to consider when buying a new home

Buying a new home is often one of the most stressful experiences most people will ever encounter. The huge financial, time and energy investments associated with purchasing a property can often cause more than a few sleepless nights until you…

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Who gets Spot the dog in your divorce?

For most families, their pets, being a dog, cat, fish, or bird are intricate members of the family. So what happens to Spot or Crookshanks when parties separate? The Australia Veterinary Association estimates 63% of Australians have a pet. Dogs…

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Legal insight into the Pokémon Go phenomenon

                              It’s been just over three weeks since the augmented reality app Pokémon GO was released on an unsuspecting public, and with it’s daily users surpassing twitter…

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What happens to your social media accounts and digital assets when you die?

  Facebook, email accounts, photo sharing apps, iTunes accounts etc. the list goes on! Most of us have an online presence across a number of different platforms, so what happens to that online identity when we die? Many of us…

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It’s not just physical: Domestic violence in family law

  In recent times there has been an increased awareness about domestic and family violence and its prevalence within our society. With an ambassador like Rosie Batty there is a greater awareness that domestic and family violence goes beyond physical…

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New NSW Strata Laws 2016

New Strata Laws in NSW: How they’ll affect you as a resident

From July 2016, new strata laws are set to come into effect, with implications for residents of strata apartments and building complexes; as well as property developers in NSW. The laws represent the first major reform to strata laws since…

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