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Real Estate Contract Protections23/10/2017

By Alexander Dollman

Is finance pre-approval by my bank enough?

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Your Right to Remain Silent20/10/2017

By Kylie Falkenberg

The right to remain silent is an important right for all people when being questioned by police. Any admissions made during a police interview may impact upon the outcome of your case, therefore it is vital that you obtain legal advice immediately.

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National Carers Week16/10/2017

By Megan McFarlane

National Carers Week is a time to recognize the many thousands of carers who provide unpaid care and support to loved ones who are elderly, who have a disability or suffer from chronic illness, mental health issues or drug and alcohol problems.

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Collaborative Practice in Family Law11/10/2017

By Lauren de Vries van Leeuwen

A separation or divorce is known to be one of the most difficult times a person can face. Along with the emotional impacts, a person may simultaneously face significant financial, property and parenting issues to be resolved with their former spouse.

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Text Wills10/10/2017

By Nick Pullman

Earlier this year I posted a blog addressing the emerging trend of video wills following New South Wales and South Australian Supreme Court decisions on the topic. Now we have a decision handed down by the Queensland Supreme Court addressing the topic of text message wills.

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Transition to Aged Care09/10/2017

By Alexander Dollman

What to do if a family member wants to remain living at home

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Advertising your Property04/10/2017

By Peter Ryan

So you have seen a property advertised for sale and you want to make an offer. The property is advertised with a price range. What offer should you make?

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Guilty Conviction19/09/2017

By Troy Roulstone

Not all outcomes of “guilty” in criminal law matters result in a tarnished public facing record – in some cases the Court can finalise the matter without recording a conviction.

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Relationships Register07/08/2017

By Troy Roulstone

Couples are now able to register their relationship in South Australia with Births, Deaths and Marriages, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Has your property been encroached?03/08/2017

By Nick Pullman

While property boundaries in South Australia are generally accepted as correct, many land owners are faced with the issue of what to do with an encroachment. An encroachment can occur where part of a building from one piece of land overhangs or enters on to a neighbouring block of land.

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