20 04, 2020

What is the best way to hold an investment property?

2020-04-29T13:02:16+09:30

This is a big question. The answer is going to depend on a range of factors, but there are some general rules you can apply.

What is the best way to hold an investment property?2020-04-29T13:02:16+09:30
20 04, 2020

Putting your life on autopilot – the benefit of decision rules

2020-04-29T12:56:24+09:30

It's tiring to make the same decisions over and over again, and its difficult to make decisions under pressure. This is where 'decision rules' come in - to streamline how you get through life!

Putting your life on autopilot – the benefit of decision rules2020-04-29T12:56:24+09:30
20 04, 2020

5 practical reasons you need ‘Terms & Conditions’ in place before you trade?

2020-04-29T12:55:18+09:30

You think you know what's expected of you. Your customer thinks they know what they're getting. But who's right? If you don't have 'Terms & Conditions' in place, chances are you're both mistaken. Avoid the argument and take the time now to put clear Terms & Conditions in place before you start trading.

5 practical reasons you need ‘Terms & Conditions’ in place before you trade?2020-04-29T12:55:18+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
14 04, 2020

The legal issues you must consider before getting married…

2020-04-29T12:51:24+09:30

Deciding to get married is a big emotional decision. But it's also a massive legal and financial decision. Asset ownership, asset protection, super, life insurance, decision making, estate planning and family financial support, all need to be carefully considered to provide a solid legal foundation for a successful life together.

The legal issues you must consider before getting married…2020-04-29T12:51:24+09:30
10 04, 2020

Lending to family members: How to avoid the pitfalls

2020-04-29T12:50:19+09:30

So you want to help a family member under financial strain? What starts out with the best intentions can soon result is family disharmony. Confusion about whether the advance is a loan or gift can quickly result in argument. The tragedy is that this is so easy to avoid if you take some simple precautions from the outset.

Lending to family members: How to avoid the pitfalls2020-04-29T12:50:19+09:30
6 04, 2020

How do I comply with my parenting orders during the COVID-19 crisis?

2020-04-29T12:46:59+09:30

Many parenting orders put in place by the Family Court may not be able to be strictly complied with during the recent and ever-evolving coronavirus pandemic. The Family Court has issued advice to parents who cannot practically comply with parenting orders already in place or who feel that for the safety of their child, the orders should not be followed at this current time.

How do I comply with my parenting orders during the COVID-19 crisis?2020-04-29T12:46:59+09:30
6 04, 2020

Will my Family Court case still go ahead amid the COVID-19 crisis? Can I still begin a Family Court matter?

2020-04-29T12:45:11+09:30

The short answer is that the Family Court is 'Still Open' to hear matters. But there are now procedures in place to limit social contact to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Find out how to keep things moving.

Will my Family Court case still go ahead amid the COVID-19 crisis? Can I still begin a Family Court matter?2020-04-29T12:45:11+09:30
30 03, 2020

Getting your estate planning up-to-date. Part 3: What happens if you’re incapacitated for a period of time?

2020-04-29T12:41:00+09:30

If you are incapacitated for a period of time, things won't stand still and wait for you to recover. Someone still needs to manage your legal and financial affairs, and others will need to make personal and healthcare decisions for you. Do you have the necessary documents in place to make this happen, and avoid the need for your loved ones to apply to the Government for help? If not, read this.

Getting your estate planning up-to-date. Part 3: What happens if you’re incapacitated for a period of time?2020-04-29T12:41:00+09:30
30 03, 2020

How to control a family trust when you die – our free downloadable Guide

2020-04-29T09:24:13+09:30

Download our comprehensive guide to controlling your family trust.

How to control a family trust when you die – our free downloadable Guide2020-04-29T09:24:13+09:30