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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
Over the course of your personal injury claim, you will be asked to attend various appointments and assessments in order to support the physical losses that you have suffered as a result of the incident. This may include report requests to your consulting GP,...read more
First of all, don’t worry, you are not alone. We hear this more often than you might think. In order to apply for a divorce in Australia, you must produce a copy of your marriage certificate. If you were married in Australia and have misplaced your marriage...read more
I’ve been injured in a car accident and am dealing with the insurer, do I need a lawyer to handle my claim?
So you’ve been injured in a car accident, have completed the injury claim form and sent the form to the appropriate insurer, which has essentially commenced your claim. Depending on what stage you are up to, you may have been contacted by the insurer directly too, to...read more
When a relationship ends, all assets and liabilities owned by either party (in joint or individual names) are placed into the marital ‘property pool’ to be divided between the parties. The contributions of each party (both financial and non-financial) are used to...read more
International Wills vs concurrent Wills Making a Will is highly recommended, particularly if a person has substantial assets. The main reason is to ensure that, on death, the person’s assets are received by, or held for the benefit of, the person or persons that are...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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