Service of documents is an important first step in any legal matter, in family law matters it can be difficult to serve documents when the other party resides overseas, cannot be located, or deliberately avoids service.

If you are a grandparent and face the sad circumstance of a break up in your family group you may be worried about your right to continue seeing much-loved grandchildren if there is a change in care and custody arrangements.

The 2017/2018 Victorian Budget has made substantial changes to land duty and tax payments in a bid to make the system for housing affordability more equitable. Investors may need to act quickly to avoid duty on certain property transfers.

Body art such as tattooing and piercing has enjoyed popularity over recent years but is it legal for an employer to ban visible tattoos in the workplace or not hire somebody on the basis that they have a tattoo or facial piercing?

When it comes to international child abduction prevention really is better than a cure, so if one parent wants to take their children overseas and those parents have separated how does that work?

FAQ on Estate Planning

There are many things to consider when preparing a new Will or updating an old one that can help ensure that your Will is valid and that your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes after your death.

Relationship difficulties and breakdowns are a sad reality of modern life. Difficulties can arise in any relationship – with your spouse or partner, your ex, adult children, a work colleague, even between flat mates. In today’s high pressure, fast-paced world, relationship difficulties or breakdowns can sometimes involve actual or threatened violence. At times of stress […]

Things you need to know BEFORE the auction day Buying a property is perhaps one of the most important financial decisions of your life. It can often be an intimidating process, especially at auction where you are competing with other buyers and there is no cooling off period. If you a purchase a property privately, […]

You are required to enter into a major domestic building contract in Victoria, when the total cost is $5,000 or more and you carry out domestic building works which includes building; Repairs; Improvements; Maintenance; Demolition; and/or Removal.

The team at RRR Lawyers specialise in assisting those who are purchasing off the plan properties. Off the plan developments have become increasingly common in light of major land developments, and apartment building construction taking place in the Melbourne CBD and surrounding regions. The term “buying off the plan” usually refers to purchasing a property […]

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