7 05, 2020

Debt collection for Private Schools

2020-05-18T08:17:53+09:30

Schools and other education providers are just like any other business in our community - and are being hit hard by the harsh economic reality that is now upon us. We can help guide you through this new economic landscape with a compassionate, yet effective, debt collection strategy.

Debt collection for Private Schools2020-05-18T08:17:53+09:30
28 04, 2020

Can you get out of a standard-form contract?

2020-04-29T13:07:23+09:30

So you're in a contract you want to get out of and not sure what do to. Terminating an agreement is never easy, but there are some practical steps you can take.

Can you get out of a standard-form contract?2020-04-29T13:07:23+09:30
16 04, 2020

What should I be doing now if I’m owed money?

2020-04-29T12:53:46+09:30

Times are tough for everyone at the minute, and it's not easy getting paid if you're owned money. In this article we set out what you should be doing right now to improve your position to collect your debts.

What should I be doing now if I’m owed money?2020-04-29T12:53:46+09:30
25 03, 2020

Can I collect my debts under the new COVID-19 insolvency changes?

2020-04-29T09:25:34+09:30

Do the temporary changes to insolvency law mean that you won’t get paid? Not entirely, but they do mean you need to be super careful to assess creditworthiness before extending credit.

Can I collect my debts under the new COVID-19 insolvency changes?2020-04-29T09:25:34+09:30
24 10, 2019

I’m an executor, what do I do?

2019-10-28T09:38:39+09:30

Disputes involving executors of deceased estates are increasing. Usually, a trusted family member or friend appointed as an executor is just trying to do the right thing by their loved one. So, what are they doing wrong? Read on to find out how you must perform your duties as an executor.

I’m an executor, what do I do?2019-10-28T09:38:39+09:30
20 08, 2019

Careful what you say about the future – misleading representations

2019-09-17T08:07:11+09:30

It’s not unusual to make a decision to enter into an agreement, based on a statement or promise by the other party about what the future will hold. Then when that promise doesn’t hold or ring true, you could find yourself out of pocket.

Careful what you say about the future – misleading representations2019-09-17T08:07:11+09:30
13 06, 2019

Supportive and empathetic, providing timely advice and guidance

2019-06-13T17:15:04+09:30

Andreyev Lawyers - supportive and empathetic. This was a difficult process but Andreyev Lawyers provided timely advice and guidance and I was confident that they were doing their upmost.

Supportive and empathetic, providing timely advice and guidance2019-06-13T17:15:04+09:30
20 04, 2018

Forcing a sale of property in NSW

2020-03-06T06:42:14+09:30

It's relatively easy to get into property ownership with someone. But it can be considerably harder to get out. Particularly if you don't have a co-ownership agreement in place. Find out what court remedies may be available to you NSW if you find yourself stuck in a property.

Forcing a sale of property in NSW2020-03-06T06:42:14+09:30
12 04, 2018

A rant on challenging Wills

2019-09-17T08:17:29+09:30

A few judges and populist politicians have recently made some snarly comments about lawyers and ‘greedy’ people who are challenging Wills. Apparently, as a profession, we are getting a bit of ahead of ourselves in bringing too many of these cases to court. Read this article to get informed about the debate.

A rant on challenging Wills2019-09-17T08:17:29+09:30
21 11, 2017

What happens when someone leaves a partnership?

2020-04-19T08:03:38+09:30

What law governs partnerships? Partnerships are governed by a number of different laws. Fundamentally, a partnership is a creature of contract law. This means that the parties to a partnership can agree how the partnership will be regulated. When you have any questions about your partnership, your Partnership Agreement should be the first place [...]

What happens when someone leaves a partnership?2020-04-19T08:03:38+09:30
8 05, 2017

Accountants now liable for Fair Work breaches made by clients

2017-12-15T09:03:48+09:30

The Fair Work Ombudsman has won its first case against an accountant being ‘knowingly involved’ in the workplace breaches of his client. The accountant could now face up to $357,000 in penalties, as though he committed the breaches himself. Find out what you can do to avoid this problem.

Accountants now liable for Fair Work breaches made by clients2017-12-15T09:03:48+09:30
16 11, 2015

Who gets the farm?

2017-11-18T08:38:02+09:30

Do you have the right to determine who inherits your farm? The short answer is 'not necessarily', but there are things you can do to increase the chances of your wishes being upheld.

Who gets the farm?2017-11-18T08:38:02+09:30
17 08, 2015

If you saw it on an episode of Mad Men, don’t do it…

2017-11-18T08:54:29+09:30

Sexual harassment can cost a business dearly in terms of lost productivity, staff turnover, recruitment costs, legal fees and court awarded damages. Two recent court cases have shown us that courts are now prepared to make increasingly large awards to compensate victims of sexual harassment. Here we give you the tools to identify sexual harassment in the workplace, and provide the steps you need to take to prevent it.

If you saw it on an episode of Mad Men, don’t do it…2017-11-18T08:54:29+09:30