Why the Voice of the Children Can Often Have a Bearing During Separation

Posted on: 15 February 2018

In the aftermath of an acrimonious separation, the two individuals concerned can often feel as if they are at the centre of that particular universe. They may be embroiled in discussions or even arguments to determine "who gets what" and how the children are going to be cared for, going forward. A lot of factors need to be taken into consideration here, but aren't these individuals missing the point to a certain extent?
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6 Reasons Your Will Could Be Challenged After You Die

Posted on: 10 January 2018

Writing a will is one of those important tasks that people always put off, largely because nobody likes thinking about their own death. Once you do get it finished, however, it's a huge relief to know your wishes will be carried out and the important people in your life will be taken care of. Just because writing your will is out of the way, it doesn't mean you can forget about it forever, though.
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3 Workers Compensation Facts for First-Time Employers

Posted on: 7 December 2017

In Australia, it is a statutory obligation for employers to offer monetary and other forms of compensation to workers injured at work. Furthermore, if a worker suffers any illness that is work-related, then the employer must compensate them. Therefore, if you are an entrepreneur running a small business, you need to be knowledgeable about your duties and rights in so far as workers compensation is concerned. This article highlights useful facts for first-time employers.
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Tips to Self-Representation in a Criminal Offence

Posted on: 30 October 2017

Being caught by a law enforcement officer on the wrong side of the law might land you in jail or have you slapped with a hefty fine. However, if you want to avoid jail time or penalties, then getting a criminal lawyer to argue your case is the best option. That said, hiring a lawyer to represent you costs money, and if you do not have one, then you are left with a court-appointed attorney.
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