The Fair Work Commission has powers to make anti-bullying orders when a worker has been bullied by an individual or group and there is a risk that the worker will continue to be bullied at work by the individual or group. The Commission does not have the power to order any monetary compensation – the […]

The new Powers of Attorney Act 2014 (Vic) commenced on 1 September 2015. Find out what changes there will be and what this may mean for you, your family or someone you care about.

It is often stated that the purchase of a house is the largest investment most people will make in their life time. There is fortunately a large body of both statute and case law to assist purchasers of real estate to ensure that a good title is obtained and the real estate can be used […]

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives a trusted person the legal authority to act for you, and to make legally binding decisions on your behalf. If you do not have a power of attorney then you should contact us and find out more.

Police Charges

Most people think that if a person is charged by the Police or Authorities such as Local Councils, Environment Protection Authority or the Building Commission for example, there is no opportunity for negotiation or even request to have the charges withdrawn.

An intervention order is an order of the Court to protect the safety of a family member that has been a victim of family violence, to protect a child or to protect property. A victim of family violence may be able to obtain an intervention order in the Magistrates Court.

Separation in Family Law is defined as the bringing to an end of a marriage or de facto relationship. There is no need or ability to register a separation under Australian Family Law. Separation is a fact which must be proven if it is disputed by the other party at a later time

There have been updates in the law regarding disclosure requirements when selling real property.

In this issue, we wish to introduce and outline an area of law of fundamental importance to all persons involved in business. This is the lease of commercial premises. With the substantial increase in the number of Indians now living in Australia and our increasing contribution to the commercial, professional and academic spheres of this […]

Often clients represent themselves in the Family Court without assistance from a lawyer and by this time, the damage may be done.

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