How A Deceased Estates Lawyer Will Help Settle Your Estate

Posted on: 16 March 2021

Deceased estates lawyers are a crucial aspect of estate planning. Other than helping you write a will, the lawyer will also help settle your estate after you die. Here is how a deceased estate lawyer can help settle your estate.  Probate More often than not, the executor will need the lawyer's help when filing for probate. For instance, the lawyer will ensure that the notice of intention to apply for the grant of probate meets the minimum legal requirements.
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Importance of a Family Lawyer In Your Child Custody Case

Posted on: 17 December 2020

One of the issues that a family lawyer deals with is child custody. According to the Family Law Act 1975, parental responsibility is held equally by both parents of children born in a relationship. However, you may seek sole custody or a sole parenting order from the court to prevent access by the other parent. Here are some of the ways a family lawyer can help you. Legal Advice When seeking a sole custody order, there are certain requirements you must satisfy.
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How To Make A Car Accident Claim

Posted on: 18 August 2020

Car accidents are every driver's nightmare. It is especially so since most drivers do not have an idea of how to process car accident claims. The truth is, most insurance companies have a simple claims process. Below is a guide on how to handle a car accident claim. Contact the insurance company or your insurance broker immediately the accident occurs. Most insurance companies will ask you not to accept blame. The company will also provide towing services to an accredited mechanic.
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All You Need To Know About Personal Injury Claims

Posted on: 28 May 2019

If you have incurred an injury due to the negligence of another person, you have the right to demand compensation. In the article below, you will learn more about personal injury claims.  When should you make a personal injury claim?  In Australia, personal injury claims made three years after the incident are considered void. Preferably, make the claim immediately after the incident or once you link your injuries to another person's negligence.
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