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Don’t Tolerate your Employees Abuse on Social Media

Don’t Tolerate your Employees Abuse on Social Media

We have all seen it, there is always that one friend on Facebook who vents about everything. As an employer, it can really make you concerned. Is your reputation going to be damaged? Will you even know about what is being said, or be unable to come back from it? As a...

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Mediating in Family Law

Mediating in Family Law

Mediating in Family Law With the current wait times for a court hearing in the Family Law system being upwards of 2 months, there is even more emphasis on parties participating in alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as mediation. There are several benefits...

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“Oh No! I’ve Lost The Will!”

“Oh No! I’ve Lost The Will!”

What do you do if you have a photocopy, but you cannot locate the original Will? This is a big problem because if the original Will cannot be found, the law presumes this is because the Testator destroyed it with the intention of revoking it. In a Supreme Court case...

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Update of Commercial Tenants & Landlords

Update of Commercial Tenants & Landlords

We trust that you and your family are safe and well during this season. Queensland has now enacted the principles of the Federal Government’s Mandatory Code of Conduct for Commercial Leasing effective as of 28 May 2020. For those interested in the technical...

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Do I Need A Will?

Do I Need A Will?

A Will is a legal document which specifically sets out how your estate is to be distributed and aims to ensure that your estate goes to the people who you want to benefit. Often people do not draft a Will because their family members are aware of their wishes and they...

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What Is Mediation?

What Is Mediation?

Mediation is a process by which a neutral third party called a mediator helps people in conflict negotiate a mutually acceptable agreement. A mediator facilitates communication, promotes understanding, assists the parties to identify their needs and interests, and...

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COVID-19 Changes For Property Investors

COVID-19 Changes For Property Investors

The Queensland Government has tabled regulations to provide relief under Residential Tenancy Agreements both for the Covid-19 pandemic and also where a Tenant is experiencing domestic violence. Both Buyers and Sellers will need to be aware of the new measures and the...

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In A Financially Abusive Relationship?

Financial abuse is something that constantly flies under the radar, however, it is generally the main reason that people will remain in an abusive relationship, especially if they have children to support. In a nutshell, financial abuse is when a person takes over or...

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