I am asked by almost every family law client “what is the age where a child can choose where they live?” The common misconception is aged 12 or 13. There is no hard and fast rule here. There are a number of factors that the Court’s consider when taking a child’s wishes into account when…

Legal Considerations when Selling a Business Part One Some more important aspects: Is Selling a good idea in the first place?  Financial matter refer to financial advisor. Vendor[Seller]:  Legal entity [company registered, directors, trustees, partnership]; contact tax advisor as structuring may be required/best option prior to sale [consider CGT small business and other aspects]. Purchaser…

If so then these are some of the things that you should be thinking of to assist in the process: Once you have found the ideal home or land, whether via an agent or direct with the vendor (Seller) you should contact your solicitor early in the process so that the proposed sale of land…

What is a Public Notary? A notary is a responsible person appointed by the Supreme Court to witness as a third party the signing of important documents, to administer oaths, witness Statutory Declarations or to certify copies of original documents for national and international purposes. Notarised documents are considered self-authenticating, which means that they are…

If so then these are some of the things that you should be thinking of to assist in the process: In the event you decide to sell a property, whether via an agent or direct, you (the vendor) should contact your solicitor early in the process so that the proposed sale contract may be carefully…

We are often asked about making claims on an estate. Clients making a Will often ask about the consequences of leaving a beneficiary out of a Will. Clients who believe they should have been included in the division from someone’s Will consult us about what they can do. Executors administering estates in which a family…