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Read insights from our legal expert…

  • Claims on your estate

What happens to your estate when you are no longer around?

Some pass away leaving a will with instructions concerning the distribution of their estate, others die intestate, with their estate to be distributed in accordance with the Statutory Order. In both cases there are circumstances where the law [...]

  • De-facto relationships

How do you know you are in a de-facto relationship and what are the implications?

In many circumstances where you have formed a close domestic relationship with someone, upon the breakdown of your close domestic relationship the law may deal with the property and children of the relationship in [...]

  • buying a home

How do you minimise risk when buying a residential property?

Buying a residential house, whether as a place to live or an investment usually involves a substantial outlay and a degree of risk which can be minimised by undertaking a number of steps of checks [...]