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Phone Wills23/04/2018

By Nick Pullman

The Supreme Court of Queensland has decided that the recorded wishes of a dying woman filmed on a phone is valid as her final Will.

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Home Detention in Criminal Matters22/04/2018

By Nicholas Coutts

There are two ways in which home detention may become relevant in criminal matters.

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Who Gets the Dog?20/04/2018

By Kylie Falkenberg

According to the Australian Veterinary Association, there were more than 24 million pets in Australia in 2016, with 62% of households owning a pet. (Reference 2016 Pet Ownership Statistics - available at http://www.ava.com.au/news/media-centre/hot-topics-4 [Accessed 4 April 2018]

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Application for Interim Property Settlement04/04/2018

By Troy Roulstone

When dealing with proceedings regarding property settlement, the Family Law Courts have wide discretion to make a variety of Orders. It is often the case that one party may seek for an early release of property pool assets, particularly cash. This is often described as ‘interim property settlement’, or ‘partial property settlement’.

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Trouble locating your Spouse for the purpose of a Divorce?06/03/2018

By Troy Roulstone

What happens if you do not know the whereabouts of your spouse when you are filing a sole application for Divorce.

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SACAT Expands22/02/2018

By Nick Pullman

It has been a few years since the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT) opened its doors on 30 March 2015 and from today the scope of issues dealt with at the Tribunal has increased.

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Notifiable Data Breaches22/02/2018

By Nick Pullman

New laws about mandatory reporting of serious data breaches commence today. The Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme establishes requirements for entities responding to data breaches.

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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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