How Can You Authenticate Documents For A Foreign Entity?

26 October 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're conducting some business overseas and need to prove to an authority in that country that you have certain affairs in Australia, you may need to generate some documentation. Typically, a foreign government authority may need proof that those documents are legal, genuine or original, and you may need to go through a certain procedure to comply. What is typically involved in a situation like this, and how should you go about your work? Read More 

Moving Into A Retirement Village? Why You Should Have Your Eyes Wide Open

1 August 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you or a loved one are thinking about moving into a retirement village, there are many possible advantages. After all, these communities tend to be active and can often represent companionship to those reaching the later stage in life. They may even have extensive sporting and other social facilities set in a pleasant environment. However, there is a lot to consider when it comes to the legal side and, specifically, signing a contract. Read More 

4 Ways A Lawyer Can Help You With Commercial Leases In Australia

21 April 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Landlords and tenants have different interests when it comes to negotiating a commercial lease. Both parties have a lot to gain from getting professional legal advice so that the lease agreement is fair and reasonable for everyone. Here are four ways a lawyer can help you with commercial leases in Australia. 1. A Lawyer Can Help Negotiate Terms Of Commercial Leases When you negotiate the terms of a commercial lease, your lawyer will make sure that there are enough safeguards to protect your rights as either a tenant or landlord. Read More 

Leading Reasons Why You May Need to Hire a Lawyer to Contest a Will

5 January 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Although some people assume that making funeral arrangements will be the toughest part of their loved one passing away, more often than not, some families will face challenges when it comes to dividing the deceased's estate. This is especially true if the head of the family left a substantial amount of assets in the form of properties, cash and so on. You could be thinking that as long as a will is in place, the deceased's last wishes have to be observed, but this is not always the case. Read More 

What Can You Do If You Can’t Serve Divorce Documents?

31 August 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you've decided to divorce your spouse, then you might need to serve them with divorce documents. If you aren't making a joint application, then the courts require you to give notice of your intent to your partner. Typically, you post or give them the documents. However, some people can't serve these documents easily. If you've lost touch with your spouse or if they refuse to communicate with you, then you might not know where they are. Read More