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If you are experiencing violence in the home, you may be able to access support services that provide assistance in dealing with the impacts of family and domestic violence. Our family lawyers are here to help. Given the often limited availability of these services,...read more
I have injured myself in a public place, am I entitled to compensation? If you have incurred an injury in a public place you may be entitled to compensation, however this will depend on the circumstances of your slip, trip or fall (the accident). Personal Injury &...read more
What Are ISV Thresholds? Injury Scale Value (ISV) thresholds, in relation to motor vehicle accident compensation, were introduced in South Australia as part of the reforms which took effect on 1 July 2013. Our Adelaide Injury Lawyers can help you understand Injury...read more
Compensation Case Study - Background Adelaide Legal's Employment Law Team provide a useful compensation case study. Court Decision Ms Baker (who had worked for the employer for little over a year) was awarded compensation of $6,200 (payable within 7 calendar days of...read more
Hugo came onboard the Pace Lawyers team in 2016 as their “official office health mascot,” and is now an integral part of the firm. “As soon as he was here, it was quite obvious that he wasn’t going anywhere. His name will be on the front door soon,” Serina says. Law...read more
We have previously discussed how a superannuation fund is included in your property settlement, in the same way as all other assets you own here. However the treatment of your superannuation may differ depending on the type of superannuation fund you hold....read more
A last Will and Testament is one of the most important documents you will prepare in your lifetime. It’s vital that you record your intentions as to the distribution of your estate and who is in charge of the same (i.e. your executor/s). See more on Wills &...read more
Same-sex relationships – how does the change in the Marriage Act affect my rights in the event of a property settlement?
The short answer is it won’t. The clauses in the Family Law Act relating to spousal maintenance and property division between married spouses already have corresponding clauses for de-facto couples (whether heterosexual or same-sex). So even before the changes were...read more
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Future Proofing SA – SALife
Arts Internship Brochure – The University of Adelaide
Serina’s Acceptance Speech
Telstra Business Women’s Award
Retention of Title Arrangements
Serina’s Thoughtful Change of Pace
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