These Seminars are suited for everyone. Each seminar is run by an experienced solicitor who is very knowledgeable about the topic presented. During the seminars we do not provide any legal advice however, it is a good opportunity for you to obtain general information and there are opportunities to ask questions at the end of the seminar.
In 2013 a woman died. She was the mother of a son who was bankrupt. Her will stated that the bankrupt son was to be the executor of her estate and the sole beneficiary. In addition to this, the mother had not made a Binding Death Benefit nomination for her superannuation. This meant that the payment of the superannuation would be decided by the trustees of the super fund. Read more
COVID-19 vaccines are now approved for use in Australia. The question of whether these vaccines can be made compulsory for employees will be important. A recent case may give some guidance. Read more
Franchise agreements can be a great way to enter into a profitable business. Despite this, they can also go wrong. The results can be catastrophic. Here are the top 10 things that can go wrong when Read more
You may be looking for premises and get offered some space available on a “sublease”. This is common at present because more businesses than ever have employees working remotely from home, and so they have too much floorspace. Subletting the excess space will allow them to recoup some rent during the balance of the term of their lease. Read more