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Drink Driving Offences11/01/2018

By Nicholas Coutts

In South Australia there are a few different offences which tend to be lumped under a broad banner of “drink driving”. There tends to be a spike in the incidences of these offences around the Christmas / New Year period and it’s a good idea to get some advice before your Court date.

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Family Problems over the Christmas period? - get advice on your rights early09/01/2018

By Troy Roulstone

We often see a spike in family breakdowns following the Christmas period. This can lead to immediate problems concerning care of children, payment of bills, ongoing financial support and the like. This can be an incredibly stressful time for all.

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Underage Drinking18/12/2017

By Troy Roulstone

New laws which increase the penalties for individuals who supply alcohol to minors commence today in South Australia, following a review of South Australia’s Liquor Licensing Act 1997 handed down in July this year.

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What happens if I breach a bond?15/12/2017

By Nicholas Coutts

An overview on possible outcomes if you breach a good behaviour bond.

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Revocation: same-sex marriage and divorce08/12/2017

By Nick Pullman

The historic change in the legal definition of marriage raises a number of issues in connection with estate planning including that of revocation by marriage.

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Legal Definition of Marriage08/12/2017

By Lauren de Vries van Leeuwen

The legal definition of marriage in Australia has changed today. In a historic change to the Australian law, The Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Bill 2017 today received Royal Assent from the Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove as the final step to effect this change of law, amending the definition of “marriage” in the Marriage Act 1961 from “the union of a man and a woman” to “the union between 2 people”.

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Partnership Agreement07/12/2017

By George Capaldo

Why do you need a Partnership Agreement?

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Postal Survey Results Announced - Now What?23/11/2017

By Troy Roulstone

Following the results of the Postal Survey into marriage equality, expected amendments to the Marriage Act will likely provide individuals with the ability to marry regardless of the gender of their partner. This is significant for couples in non-heterosexual relationships.

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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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