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Left out of a Will? Who can bring a Family Provision claim in Qld and NSW

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Video, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If you have been left out of a Will or not adequately provided for by someone who you have…

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Thinking about Starting up your own Business?

Andrea McGarry | Business & Commercial, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Starting your own business can be an exciting challenge however; it can also be quite a daunting process. Our Business…

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Larisa Kapur – Wills and Estates Lawyer

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur. If you require advice in relation to having your Will done…

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Death in the Family – The First Steps

Debbie Sage | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Debbie Sage discusses in this video what first steps to take when there’s a…

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Being an Executor?

Debbie Sage | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Debbie Sage discusses in this video the role of an Executor. If you require…

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Angela Harry – Partner Wills & Estates

Angela Harry | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Wills and Estates Partner, Angela Harry. If you require advice in relation to having your Will done…

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Separated and Not Divorced – Wills

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what happens if you are separated but not…

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Simple Wills

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video about Simple Wills. If you require advice in…

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Dying without a Will

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what happens if you die without a will….

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Not so Simple Wills

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video the Not so Simple Wills and how it…

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Getting a Will is for Everybody

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video that getting a Will is for everybody. If…

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What Happens if I Don’t Do a Will?

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what happens if you don’t do a will….

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What should I bring to my first Appointment?

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what people need to bring to their first…

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Amanda Heather – Department Manager

Amanda Heather | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Department Manager & Senior Paralegal for the Criminal Law and Commercial Litigation Departments, Amanda Heather. If you…

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Rhiannon Garrett – Compensation Law Senior Paralegal

Rhiannon Garrett | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Compensation Law Senior Paralegal/Law Graduate, Rhiannon Garrett. If you have a workers compensation claim, please contact Department…

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Injured in the Gym

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about being injured in the gym. If you have…

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Doris Day tribute – Can you gift your estate to an animal charity? – Succession Law

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The dedicated animal welfare and charity work of Hollywood icon Doris Day has raised the question of whether you…

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Total and Permanent Disablement (‘TPD’) claim – Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? Yes! Attwood Marshall Lawyers encourage clients to deactivate social media…

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Total and Permanent Disablement (‘TPD’) – What is a TPD benefit? How do I make a TPD claim? – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail It is likely you have recently seen advertisements about ‘TPD’ or ‘super claims’, but what is Total and Permanent…

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Demerara wins 2019 Attwood Marshall Lawyers Silk Stocking

Jeff Garrett | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The Attwood Marshall Lawyers $150,000,00 Silk Stocking listed race lived up to expectations despite the heavy track with the…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers sponsor iconic Silk Stocking at 2019 Gold Coast Cup Race Day

Jeff Garrett | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail PHOTO: Attwood Marshall Lawyers Legal Practice Director, Jeff Garrett, congratulates 2013 winning Silk Stocking jockey Damian Browne. THE Attwood…

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Expert Blog Part 1 – Buying or Selling a Dental Practice – Property Law

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In the buying or selling a dental practice, there are many critical legal issues parties should consider. In this…

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3P Partners Pty Ltd & Quikfund telco scam: an update

Georgia Taylor | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Scammed by Quikfund or related Telecommunication/Finance Companies? Here is the latest update, writes Commercial Litigation lawyer Georgia Taylor. Quikfund…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers’ call for inquiry into NSW Trustee & Guardian backed by politicians

Jeff Garrett | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The call for an inquiry into the NSW Trustee and Guardian has been heard with the Tweed MP throwing…

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Deception, misconduct and legal implications – Property Law – Partner, Barry van Heerden

Barry van Heerden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail IT SEEMS innocent enough. Telling a buyer there is someone else ‘interested’ in the same property they just signed…

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Commercial property to surge with Gold Coast Airport $370m expansion – Property Law – Law Graduate, Andrea McGarry

Andrea McGarry | General Legal, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The commercial property market is set to surge nearby the Gold Coast Airport’s $370m expansion and Attwood Marshall Lawyers…

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Everything you need to know about a Granny Flat Agreement – Wills & Estates – Partner Angela Harry

Angela Harry | Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Moving into a granny flat is a great way to live close to your loved ones while providing them…

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Deadly combustible cladding triggers new laws in Qld – Commercial Litigation – Solicitor Charles Lethbridge

Charles Lethbridge | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail With new legislation to crack down on non-complaint buildings across Queensland, it is critical to check if your building is…

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Married At First Sight: A Mockery of the Institution of Marriage – blog – Family Law

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail “If you thought I was the worst wife, you don’t want me as your worst enemy” These were the…

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Young pregnant widow loses home without letters of administration – Wills & Estates Law – Blog

April Kennedy | Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The sad case of a young couple torn apart by tragedy has highlighted the importance for people of all…

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Motorcycle crash claim in Qld – Personal Injury Law – Frequently Asked Questions

Jeremy Roche | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For a motorcycle crash claim in Qld you need expert legal help, explains Queensland Law Society Specialist Accredited Compensation…

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How to Claim Workers Comp in Queensland – Personal Injury Law

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For the best chance at a successful Workers Compensation claim, you should follow these steps, writes Queensland Law Society…

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Who can apply to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal to be an administrator? – Wills and Estates Law

Melissa Tucker | Podcast, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If a loved one has lost capacity, Attwood Marshall Lawyers can help you with an application to the Queensland Civil…

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Binding Death Benefit Nominations and Self Managed Super Funds – Life and Death Paperwork!

Angela Harry | Podcast, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers recently acted for the successful respondent in the Queensland Supreme Court decision of Perry v Nicholson…

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Who Pays the Legal Fees in a Will Dispute?

Melissa Tucker | Estate Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Will disputes are on the increase in Australia. One of the most common questions asked by people who believe…

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Protect your family and those hard won assets!

Angela Harry | Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Testamentary trust wills are the most powerful and flexible weapons in the arsenal of experienced estate planning lawyers. A…

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Our David and Goliath Employment Case that Ended in the High Court

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall have recently finalised a highly litigious employment dispute between Stratton Finance Pty Ltd and a former employee….

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Olivia Mead and the Billion Dollar Estate

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail You might have heard or seen media reports in relation to all the commotion surrounding the estate of the…

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Making the Granny Flat Option Work

Angela Harry | Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Industry experts say that rental yields of up to 15 per cent can be achieved on the backyard “granny”…

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The Legal Implications of the Runaway Stroller

Jeff Garrett | Compensation Claims, General Legal, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Last week, you might recall the near fatal accident of a baby in a stroller, left unattended by their parents…

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The Changing Landscape of Inheritance Law

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, General Legal, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Historically, conversations around kitchen tables about the rights of adopted children and step children have been common place in…

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What is Defamation?

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail We’re all aware of review sites, be it in the shape of Trip Advisor or Yelp, but how do…

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Contesting Wills on a No Win No Fee Basis

Jeff Garrett | Estate Litigation, Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Thinking of Contesting a Will? Listen to our interview with Practice Director, Jeff Garrett If you have been left…

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Taking Care During Separation

Jeff Garrett | Family Law, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Relationships can be difficult. But what happens when marital or de-facto couples find themselves at a fork in the…

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Attwood Marshall leading the field in surrogacy law

Jeff Garrett | Family Law, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In what is understood to be only the second application heard since the commencement of the Surrogacy Act 2010,…

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Married At First Sight: A Mockery of the Institution of Marriage – blog – Family Law

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail “If you thought I was the worst wife, you don’t want me as your worst enemy” These were the…

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Divorce: 7 Mistakes Separating Couples Make When They Don’t Get a Family Lawyer

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In divorce, not engaging a family lawyer is a counter-active trap many separating couples can fall into to try to…

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Family Dispute Resolution: Would it Help the Jolie-Pitt Divorce?

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail A PASSIONATE beginning and millions in wealth could not save the sexiest man and woman alive from the need…

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Australia says YES to Same Sex Marriage – What about the legal issues?

Hayley Condon | Family Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Legal issues arising from historic ‘YES’ vote and same sex marriage legislation – Senior Associate and senior family lawyer…

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Received a Subpoena in Family Law Proceedings?

Emily Edmonds | Family Law

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Parents and Grandparents are providing financial assistance to their children and grandchildren by way of Inter-Family Loans at unprecedented levels.

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Parents and Grandparents are providing financial assistance to their children and grandchildren by way of inter-family loans at unprecedented levels….

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Will Sophie Monk find love on the Bachelorette? Will they have a pre-nup agreement?

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate and Family Lawyer Hayley Condon delves into the thin veneer of dating and what real relationships are…

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Separating from your Spouse or Partner? Ten tips on what to do!

Emily Edmonds | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The breakdown of a marriage or de facto relationship can be a very emotional and difficult time, particularly if…

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Estate Planning – Is This a Ticking Time-Bomb in Your Super Policy?

Angela Harry | Estate Litigation, Family Law, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In this podcast, Estate Planning expert, Angela Harry discusses the inherent risks of not taking your estate planning seriously,…

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Appointing a Guardian for your children in your Will

Donna Tolley | Family Law, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Appointing guardians for your children in your will – Who will look after your children if both parents die? Who…

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Separated? Should you allow the kids to go overseas?

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail With the school holidays upon us, many parents are faced with the difficult decision of whether to allow their…

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Estate Litigation, Estate Planning & Family Law Covered at Robina Town Centre Office

Donna Tolley | Family Law, General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail New RTC office opens Thursday nights and Saturday mornings in new level of legal services Senior Associate and Estate…

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It’s Christmas – Death, Divorce, Accidents and Arrests!

Jeff Garrett | Criminal and Traffic Law, Family Law, General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For Most People Christmas is a Time to Relax and Catch Up with Family and Friends…. For Lawyers, it can…

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It’s Not Official until it’s Facebook Official! Or Is It? – The Facts on De Facto Relationships

Emily Edmonds | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail These days, relationships can be given many different labels. Popular social media site, Facebook, offers many options when updating…

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In Family Law Disputes, Do GrandParents Have Rights?

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail It’s a sad state of affairs but the number of marriages that ultimately fail remains high. Amid the turbulence…

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Who Keeps the Ring if the Wedding is Called Off?

Hayley Condon | Family Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Calling off an engagement can be a very painful and emotional experience and unfortunately, the last thing that you…

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Taking Care During Separation

Jeff Garrett | Family Law, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Relationships can be difficult. But what happens when marital or de-facto couples find themselves at a fork in the…

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Attwood Marshall leading the field in surrogacy law

Jeff Garrett | Family Law, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In what is understood to be only the second application heard since the commencement of the Surrogacy Act 2010,…

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Rhiannon Garrett – Compensation Law Senior Paralegal

Rhiannon Garrett | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Compensation Law Senior Paralegal/Law Graduate, Rhiannon Garrett. If you have a workers compensation claim, please contact Department…

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Injured in the Gym

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about being injured in the gym. If you have…

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WorkCover Offer QLD

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about WorkCover Offer in QLD. If you have a…

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Workplace Injury – The Claim Process

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about the claim process for workplace injury. If you…

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Workplace Injuries – The Employer

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video the role of the Employer with regards to Workplace…

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WorkCover Medicals

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about WorkCover Medicals. If you have a workers compensation…

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Injured at Work QLD

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about what you should do if you’ve been injured…

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CTP – Cyclist Compensation Claim

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about CTP – Cyclist Compensation Claim. If you have…

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What Cyclists Need to Know

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about what cyclists need to know. If you have…

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No Win No Fee for Cyclists

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about No Win No Fee for Cyclists. If you…

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What to do if you’ve had a Motor Vehicle Accident

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video what to do if you’ve had a Motor Vehicle…

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What is An Accredited Specialist

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video what an accredited specialist is. If you have a…

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No Win No Fee

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video what “No Win, No Fee” means. If you have…

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Head Over the Handlebars – Cyclists Entitlement to Compensation!

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Over the past decade in Australia, cyclist-versus-driver road rage incidents and ‘retribution’ type accidents have become increasingly rife.  There…

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Gateway Motorway Road Rage Death Case Highlights Dangers to Commuters and Possible Claims

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Road rage assaults have doubled in the last 5 years – can injured victims of road rage claim compensation? Attwood…

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WorkCover Claims in QLD – Don`t Sign your Life Away!

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Partner and Qld Law Society Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law, Jeremy Roche talks about this hot…

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Total and Permanent Disablement (‘TPD’) claim – Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? Yes! Attwood Marshall Lawyers encourage clients to deactivate social media…

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Total and Permanent Disablement (‘TPD’) – What is a TPD benefit? How do I make a TPD claim? – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail It is likely you have recently seen advertisements about ‘TPD’ or ‘super claims’, but what is Total and Permanent…

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How to Claim Workers Comp in Queensland – Personal Injury Law

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For the best chance at a successful Workers Compensation claim, you should follow these steps, writes Queensland Law Society…

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‘In Fear For My Life’: Road Rage Victim Shares His Story

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail     LEFT for dead on the side of a road, Kingscliff father, Joel Harry, suffered lifelong injuries after…

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Where is the PRIVACY? Injured Claimants Subjected to Surveillance by DRONES!

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In Australia, citizens are loath to accept the increasing prevalence of cameras, surveillance, and new technologies that require the…

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Listeria Outbreak in Frozen Food Products

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall has successfully represented clients in the past who have suffered serious and debilitating complications arising from listeria…

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Listeria Outbreak in Rockmelons

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall has successfully represented clients in the past who have suffered serious and debilitating complications arising from listeria…

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If I am Injured at a Friend’s House, can I Claim for Compensation?

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Most people are aware that you can claim compensation for workplace accident or motor vehicle accidents, but what are…

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Financial Problems with National ASX Legal Firms – Do they answer to Clients or Shareholders?

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Partner and QLD Law Society Accredited Specialist in personal injury law, Jeremy Roche, talks about this dilemma…

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Abuse of Defence Force Personnel – An Inconvenient Truth?

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The ongoing revelations of sexual abuse and other similar physical and mental abuse suffered by members of the Australian…

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Have you had a Car Accident? Beware of Dodgy Claims Harvesters

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Many of our clients have received “cold calls” from dodgy claims harvesters after they have been involved in a…

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Jeremy Roche now a QLD Law Society Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law!

Jeff Garrett | Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail We congratulate Partner Jeremy Roche for obtaining his Specialist Accreditation in Personal Injury Law (QLD).  Legal Practice Director Jeff…

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Kangaroo Appeals and Wins in Motorbike Case!

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Kangaroo Appeals and Wins in Motorbike Case! The NSW Court of Appeal has recently handed down its decision in…

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Abuse Victims Given Hope by Queensland & NSW Governments Decision to Extend Limitation Period for claims

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The Queensland Government has joined the NSW state government with removing the usual 3 year limitation period that applies…

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Deny Liability! – Dirty Tactics of Insurance Companies

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail FRAUDULENT AND UNETHICAL PRACTICES OF INSURANCE COMPANIES AND THEIR DOCTORS NO SURPRISE TO ATTWOOD MARSHALL PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS The…

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Rhiannon Garrett – Compensation Law Senior Paralegal

Rhiannon Garrett | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Compensation Law Senior Paralegal/Law Graduate, Rhiannon Garrett. If you have a workers compensation claim, please contact Department…

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Injured in the Gym

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about being injured in the gym. If you have…

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WorkCover Offer QLD

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about WorkCover Offer in QLD. If you have a…

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Workplace Injury – The Claim Process

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about the claim process for workplace injury. If you…

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Workplace Injuries – The Employer

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video the role of the Employer with regards to Workplace…

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WorkCover Medicals

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about WorkCover Medicals. If you have a workers compensation…

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Injured at Work QLD

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about what you should do if you’ve been injured…

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CTP – Cyclist Compensation Claim

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about CTP – Cyclist Compensation Claim. If you have…

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What Cyclists Need to Know

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about what cyclists need to know. If you have…

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No Win No Fee for Cyclists

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video about No Win No Fee for Cyclists. If you…

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What to do if you’ve had a Motor Vehicle Accident

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video what to do if you’ve had a Motor Vehicle…

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What is An Accredited Specialist

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video what an accredited specialist is. If you have a…

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No Win No Fee

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche discusses in this video what “No Win, No Fee” means. If you have…

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Head Over the Handlebars – Cyclists Entitlement to Compensation!

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Over the past decade in Australia, cyclist-versus-driver road rage incidents and ‘retribution’ type accidents have become increasingly rife.  There…

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Gateway Motorway Road Rage Death Case Highlights Dangers to Commuters and Possible Claims

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Road rage assaults have doubled in the last 5 years – can injured victims of road rage claim compensation? Attwood…

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WorkCover Claims in QLD – Don`t Sign your Life Away!

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Partner and Qld Law Society Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law, Jeremy Roche talks about this hot…

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Total and Permanent Disablement (‘TPD’) claim – Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? Yes! Attwood Marshall Lawyers encourage clients to deactivate social media…

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Total and Permanent Disablement (‘TPD’) – What is a TPD benefit? How do I make a TPD claim? – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail It is likely you have recently seen advertisements about ‘TPD’ or ‘super claims’, but what is Total and Permanent…

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How to Claim Workers Comp in Queensland – Personal Injury Law

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For the best chance at a successful Workers Compensation claim, you should follow these steps, writes Queensland Law Society…

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‘In Fear For My Life’: Road Rage Victim Shares His Story

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail     LEFT for dead on the side of a road, Kingscliff father, Joel Harry, suffered lifelong injuries after…

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Where is the PRIVACY? Injured Claimants Subjected to Surveillance by DRONES!

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In Australia, citizens are loath to accept the increasing prevalence of cameras, surveillance, and new technologies that require the…

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Listeria Outbreak in Frozen Food Products

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall has successfully represented clients in the past who have suffered serious and debilitating complications arising from listeria…

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Listeria Outbreak in Rockmelons

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall has successfully represented clients in the past who have suffered serious and debilitating complications arising from listeria…

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If I am Injured at a Friend’s House, can I Claim for Compensation?

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Most people are aware that you can claim compensation for workplace accident or motor vehicle accidents, but what are…

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FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail We congratulate Partner Jeremy Roche for obtaining his Specialist Accreditation in Personal Injury Law (QLD).  Legal Practice Director Jeff…

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Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law

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Jeremy Roche | Compensation Law

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Richard Smith | Criminal and Traffic Law

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Jointly Owned Property – Your rights if there is a dispute! Appointment of trustee to sell land

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing, Video

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Barry van Heerden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail IT SEEMS innocent enough. Telling a buyer there is someone else ‘interested’ in the same property they just signed…

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Jess Kimpton | General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

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Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law

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Rachel Godden | Property Law

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FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail There are lessons to be learnt from the Multiplex Case for property buyers, builders, developers and strata corporations. High profile and…

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FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Important stamp duty concessions announced by the NSW government will be a boost to 1st home owners. Licenced Conveyancer…

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Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail New Department Managers Head Up Property Team At Coolangatta Main Office and Lawyer Anita Smith returns. The Property &…

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FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail With recent changes in NSW relating to the payment of stamp duty on the sale of businesses it is…

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FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate Charles Lethbridge looks at the issues commonly associated with caveats in NSW.   What happens when a Caveat…

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Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Video, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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What Happens if I Don’t Do a Will?

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

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Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

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Should I Feel Guilty About Contesting a Will?

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video whether a client should feel guilty about…

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Contesting Wills in QLD

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

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Doris Day tribute – Can you gift your estate to an animal charity? – Succession Law

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The dedicated animal welfare and charity work of Hollywood icon Doris Day has raised the question of whether you…

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Jeff Garrett | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Angela Harry | Wills & Estates

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April Kennedy | Wills & Estates

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Lucy McPherson | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Melissa Tucker | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Angela Harry | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Donna Tolley | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Jeff Garrett | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Melissa Tucker | Podcast, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

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Binding Death Benefit Nominations and Self Managed Super Funds – Life and Death Paperwork!

Angela Harry | Podcast, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Larisa Kapur – Wills and Estates Lawyer

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur. If you require advice in relation to having your Will done…

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Angela Harry – Partner Wills & Estates

Angela Harry | Video, Wills & Estates

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Separated and Not Divorced – Wills

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Simple Wills

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

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Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

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Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

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What Happens if I Don’t Do a Will?

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what happens if you don’t do a will….

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Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what people need to bring to their first…

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Should I Feel Guilty About Contesting a Will?

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video whether a client should feel guilty about…

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Contesting Wills in QLD

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video about Contesting Wills in QLD. If you…

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Free Advice

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

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Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video what clients should bring on their first…

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Doris Day tribute – Can you gift your estate to an animal charity? – Succession Law

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The dedicated animal welfare and charity work of Hollywood icon Doris Day has raised the question of whether you…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers’ call for inquiry into NSW Trustee & Guardian backed by politicians

Jeff Garrett | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The call for an inquiry into the NSW Trustee and Guardian has been heard with the Tweed MP throwing…

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Angela Harry | Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Moving into a granny flat is a great way to live close to your loved ones while providing them…

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Young pregnant widow loses home without letters of administration – Wills & Estates Law – Blog

April Kennedy | Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The sad case of a young couple torn apart by tragedy has highlighted the importance for people of all…

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Melissa Tucker | General Legal, Podcasts, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers estate litigation solicitor, Melissa Tucker, responds to commonly asked questions about how can you contest a…

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Unfair commissions and financial mismanagement – NSW Trustee and Guardian cannot be trusted

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail There is a myth in the general public that the NSW Trustee and Guardian is to be trusted because…

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Lynette Dawson Murder Cold Case and the ‘Forfeiture Rule’

Lucy McPherson | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail A PE teacher, a schoolgirl, an affair, and a dead mother. The case of missing woman Lynette Dawson lay…

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Tragic Death Reminder to Leave the Gift of Life With Your Will

Melissa Tucker | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail THE passing of Gold Coast organ donation advocate, Leslie Fitz-Gerald, left a poignant reminder of the importance in the…

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Why the Aged Care Royal Commission Needs to Investigate Nursing Home ‘Exit Fees’

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers has called for the Aged Care Royal Commission to probe the use of “unconscionable” nursing home…

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No Will for Aretha Franklin’s $80m estate – what happens next?

Angela Harry | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers Wills and Estates partner Angela Harry discusses the passing of singer Aretha Franklin to highlight the…

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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Sues his Children for Elder Abuse and Fraud

Melissa Tucker | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Jeff Garrett | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Duties of an executor when a claim is made against the estate Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett discusses this…

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Challenging a Will on the Grounds of Undue Influence or Suspicious Circumstances

Angela Harry | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Manipulation of elderly and vulnerable family members to change their Wills under undue influence or suspicious circumstances Attwood Marshall Wills…

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Amanda Smith | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Bathurst 1000 Legend Peter Brock`s Will Disaster

Melissa Tucker | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Who can apply to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal to be an administrator? – Wills and Estates Law

Melissa Tucker | Podcast, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

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Binding Death Benefit Nominations and Self Managed Super Funds – Life and Death Paperwork!

Angela Harry | Podcast, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Left out of a Will? Who can bring a Family Provision claim in Qld and NSW

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Video, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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Larisa Kapur – Wills and Estates Lawyer

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur. If you require advice in relation to having your Will done…

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Debbie Sage | Video, Wills & Estates

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Debbie Sage | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Debbie Sage discusses in this video the role of an Executor. If you require…

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Angela Harry – Partner Wills & Estates

Angela Harry | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Wills and Estates Partner, Angela Harry. If you require advice in relation to having your Will done…

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Separated and Not Divorced – Wills

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what happens if you are separated but not…

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Simple Wills

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video about Simple Wills. If you require advice in…

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Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what happens if you die without a will….

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Not so Simple Wills

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video the Not so Simple Wills and how it…

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Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video that getting a Will is for everybody. If…

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What Happens if I Don’t Do a Will?

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what happens if you don’t do a will….

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What should I bring to my first Appointment?

Larisa Kapur | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what people need to bring to their first…

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Should I Feel Guilty About Contesting a Will?

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video whether a client should feel guilty about…

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Contesting Wills in QLD

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video about Contesting Wills in QLD. If you…

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Free Advice

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video about getting free advice. If you require…

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First Appointment

Lucy McPherson | Video, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Our Wills and Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson discusses in this video what clients should bring on their first…

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Doris Day tribute – Can you gift your estate to an animal charity? – Succession Law

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The dedicated animal welfare and charity work of Hollywood icon Doris Day has raised the question of whether you…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers’ call for inquiry into NSW Trustee & Guardian backed by politicians

Jeff Garrett | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The call for an inquiry into the NSW Trustee and Guardian has been heard with the Tweed MP throwing…

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Everything you need to know about a Granny Flat Agreement – Wills & Estates – Partner Angela Harry

Angela Harry | Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Moving into a granny flat is a great way to live close to your loved ones while providing them…

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Young pregnant widow loses home without letters of administration – Wills & Estates Law – Blog

April Kennedy | Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The sad case of a young couple torn apart by tragedy has highlighted the importance for people of all…

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How can you contest a Will? – Wills and Estates Law – Podcast

Melissa Tucker | General Legal, Podcasts, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers estate litigation solicitor, Melissa Tucker, responds to commonly asked questions about how can you contest a…

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Unfair commissions and financial mismanagement – NSW Trustee and Guardian cannot be trusted

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail There is a myth in the general public that the NSW Trustee and Guardian is to be trusted because…

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Lynette Dawson Murder Cold Case and the ‘Forfeiture Rule’

Lucy McPherson | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail A PE teacher, a schoolgirl, an affair, and a dead mother. The case of missing woman Lynette Dawson lay…

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Tragic Death Reminder to Leave the Gift of Life With Your Will

Melissa Tucker | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail THE passing of Gold Coast organ donation advocate, Leslie Fitz-Gerald, left a poignant reminder of the importance in the…

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Why the Aged Care Royal Commission Needs to Investigate Nursing Home ‘Exit Fees’

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers has called for the Aged Care Royal Commission to probe the use of “unconscionable” nursing home…

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No Will for Aretha Franklin’s $80m estate – what happens next?

Angela Harry | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers Wills and Estates partner Angela Harry discusses the passing of singer Aretha Franklin to highlight the…

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Attwood Marshall assists Salvo`s in Wills Day!

Donna Tolley | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers have over the last 3 weeks participated in the Salvation Army Will Days at our offices…

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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Sues his Children for Elder Abuse and Fraud

Melissa Tucker | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Legendary astronaut Buzz Aldrin is suing two of his children and a former business manager, accusing them of misusing…

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Are You an Executor in a Contested Estate?

Jeff Garrett | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Duties of an executor when a claim is made against the estate Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett discusses this…

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Challenging a Will on the Grounds of Undue Influence or Suspicious Circumstances

Angela Harry | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Manipulation of elderly and vulnerable family members to change their Wills under undue influence or suspicious circumstances Attwood Marshall Wills…

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Be Careful who you Appoint as your Enduring Power of Attorney!

Amanda Smith | Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Financial Abuse by Attorneys who are Family Members. Wills & Estates Lawyer Amanda Smith discusses this very important topic…

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Bathurst 1000 Legend Peter Brock`s Will Disaster

Melissa Tucker | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The consequences of DIY Wills. You would be surprised by how many wealthy people die without a Will or…

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Who can apply to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal to be an administrator? – Wills and Estates Law

Melissa Tucker | Podcast, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If a loved one has lost capacity, Attwood Marshall Lawyers can help you with an application to the Queensland Civil…

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Binding Death Benefit Nominations and Self Managed Super Funds – Life and Death Paperwork!

Angela Harry | Podcast, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers recently acted for the successful respondent in the Queensland Supreme Court decision of Perry v Nicholson…

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Left out of a Will? Who can bring a Family Provision claim in Qld and NSW

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Video, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If you have been left out of a Will or not adequately provided for by someone who you have…

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Estate Planning for your Online Afterlife – Important Changes to Facebook – You can now change your Facebook settings to state what happens when you die!

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Video, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Estate planning is important for your online assets too. Digital assets such as a Facebook account often have significant…

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Sixth Month Time Limit for Contesting Wills

Melissa Tucker | Estate Litigation, Video, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail   MAKE SURE YOU GET LEGAL ADVICE QUICKLY! It is usually the last thing on people’s minds when they…

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Who can bring a Family Provision Application?

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Not just anyone can bring a family provision application. Only certain categories of people defined under the legislation are…

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What does the Court take into account when deciding whether or not to make an order for family provision?

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail   Once eligibility is established, the legal test applied in family provision applications is, in summary, as follows: whether…

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How does the Court determine whether someone was living in a de facto relationship with the deceased person?

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For a person to bring themselves within the meaning of a de facto spouse for the purpose of a…

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Consequences of Dying Without a Will – Separated but not Divorced!

Amanda Smith | Estate Litigation, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Many couples separate permanently but remain married and do not obtain a divorce. The legal issues if one of…

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Are You an Executor in a Contested Estate?

Jeff Garrett | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Duties of an executor when a claim is made against the estate Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett discusses this…

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Bathurst 1000 Legend Peter Brock`s Will Disaster

Melissa Tucker | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The consequences of DIY Wills. You would be surprised by how many wealthy people die without a Will or…

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Estate Planning – Is This a Ticking Time-Bomb in Your Super Policy?

Angela Harry | Estate Litigation, Family Law, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In this podcast, Estate Planning expert, Angela Harry discusses the inherent risks of not taking your estate planning seriously,…

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Marrying Into The Money – Can this be Financial Elder Abuse?

Amanda Smith | Estate Litigation, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail We are all familiar with the archetypal stereotype of the beautiful young woman who beguiles a rich elderly man…

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Death and Taxes – The Only Certainty in Life!

Debbie Sage | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail This famous statement of Benjamin Franklin in 1789 is very much as relevant today as it was in the…

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Battles of Wills in Australia’s Underbelly

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail George Williams, the father of one of Australia’s most infamous criminals Carl Williams, died of a heart attack on…

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Convicted Murderer Gerard Baden – Clay to Forfeit Rights to Wife`s Estate

April Kennedy | Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail What happens to the law of inheritance when a husband murders his wife? Senior Wills & Estates paralegal, April…

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Accountants and Financial Planners Beware – Estate Planning Advice Could See You Being Sued or Prosecuted

Angela Harry | Estate Litigation, Property Law, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail There seems to have been a dramatic increase in accountants and financial planners offering ‘estate planning’ advice to their…

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Are You an Executor in Someone’s Will? You May Wish to Reconsider Your Appointment…

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Many people are unaware of their obligations as an executor of an estate and some do not even know…

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Contesting a Will – How Easy is it to Bring a Claim?

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Court provides Guidelines for Claims by Adult Children There has been a dramatic increase in the number of claims…

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What are my rights as a Beneficiary in a Will or an Estate?

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If you are a beneficiary in an estate and are having problems getting information, this article, video and podcast…

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Gloves Come off as Muhammad Ali’s Family Fight over the Boxing Legend’s $80 Million Estate

Melissa Tucker | Estate Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Muhammad Ali’s family are poised to fight over his huge boxing fortune, with nine children, three ex wives, his…

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Who Pays the Legal Fees in a Will Dispute?

Melissa Tucker | Estate Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Will disputes are on the increase in Australia. One of the most common questions asked by people who believe…

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Olivia Mead and the Billion Dollar Estate

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail You might have heard or seen media reports in relation to all the commotion surrounding the estate of the…

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The Changing Landscape of Inheritance Law

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, General Legal, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Historically, conversations around kitchen tables about the rights of adopted children and step children have been common place in…

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Contesting Wills on a No Win No Fee Basis

Jeff Garrett | Estate Litigation, Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Thinking of Contesting a Will? Listen to our interview with Practice Director, Jeff Garrett If you have been left…

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Amanda Heather – Department Manager

Amanda Heather | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Introducing our Department Manager & Senior Paralegal for the Criminal Law and Commercial Litigation Departments, Amanda Heather. If you…

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Jointly Owned Property – Your rights if there is a dispute! Appointment of trustee to sell land

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate and Litigation Lawyer Charles Lethbridge discusses the disputes that arise from the joint ownership of real property…

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Storm and Flood Damage Insurance Claims – 7 Tips for Dealing with your Insurance Company

Charles Lethbridge | Compensation Claims, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail   In 2017 Cyclone Debbie and her aftermath has wreaked a path of destruction through Queensland and into Northern…

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3P Partners Pty Ltd & Quikfund telco scam: an update

Georgia Taylor | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Scammed by Quikfund or related Telecommunication/Finance Companies? Here is the latest update, writes Commercial Litigation lawyer Georgia Taylor. Quikfund…

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‘Lemon Laws’ To Help Queenslanders Sold Faulty Cars

Georgia Taylor | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail ATTWOOD Marshall Lawyers say new ‘lemon laws’ to be introduced to State Parliament today to protect Queenslanders if they…

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Behind the Law: Geoffrey Rush Case Against Daily Telegraph

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail As the high profile defamation case launched by Geoffrey Rush against The Daily Telegraph continues you may be wondering,…

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PPSR Legal Advice – How Do I Check the Personal Property Securities Register? – Commercial Law

Georgia Taylor | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail SO, YOU’VE finally decided to buy that dream boat, jet ski or Ute … you’re probably thinking ‘I wonder…

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Statutory Demands Against Companies that Owe You Money – A 21 Day Turbo-charged Debt Collection Procedure!

Georgia Taylor | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If a company owes you money and you want to give them a no-nonsense kick in the behind to…

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Inter Family Loan Agreements – the Legal Loophole allowing Kids to Rip Off their Parents !

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate and Commercial Litigation Lawyer Charles Lethbridge discusses the importance of why you should document and properly formalise…

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Commonwealth Bank Financial Planning Advice Licence Conditions program – Have you received a letter?

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Compensation review for negligent and fraudulent financial planning advice by the Commonwealth Bank continues under the supervision of ASIC…

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Flying Solo – Self Represented Litigants clog up the Legal System

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Commercial Litigation lawyer Charles Lethbridge explains the importance of retaining experienced legal representation. Access to justice is about making sure…

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Veda and your Credit Rating – The Real Big Brother is Watching you!

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail CREDIT REPORTING– WHAT YOU DID AND DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT VEDA ADVANTAGE Have you checked your credit status lately? If…

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Caveats in NSW – What You Need to Know

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate Charles Lethbridge looks at the issues commonly associated with caveats in NSW.   What happens when a Caveat…

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Sunday Workers’ Penalty Rates Slashed by Fair Work Commission

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Employment Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The Fair Work Commission announced today that Sunday penalty rates in the retail, fast food, hospitality and pharmacy industries…

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Sacked Ceo Of Turf Club Has Unfair Dismissal Claim Thrown Out Of Court

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Employment Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The high profile case of former Gold Coast Turf Club CEO, Mr Dale St George, was dramatically decided in…

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Has Your Insurance Company Denied Your Claim?

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Come and see us for legal advice on what your rights are in relation to a claim. Commercial litigation…

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Have You Received Bad Advice From A Bank Or Financial Planner?

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If you have suffered losses as a result of negligent or bad investment advice provided by banks or financial…

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Lodging a Caveat in QLD? Beware of Costs and Damages Claims!

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Lodging a Caveat is a very serious matter and people should be wary of using them without proper legal…

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Scammed by Quikfund or related Telecommunication/Finance Companies?

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail CALL ATTWOOD MARSHALL LAWYERS NOW WARNING: Telecommunications scam has exceeded 1000 victims Australia- wide. The Scam: We’ve been approached…

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Our David and Goliath Employment Case that Ended in the High Court

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall have recently finalised a highly litigious employment dispute between Stratton Finance Pty Ltd and a former employee….

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What is Defamation?

Charles Lethbridge | Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail We’re all aware of review sites, be it in the shape of Trip Advisor or Yelp, but how do…

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Thinking about Starting up your own Business?

Andrea McGarry | Business & Commercial, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Starting your own business can be an exciting challenge however; it can also be quite a daunting process. Our Business…

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Jointly Owned Property – Your rights if there is a dispute! Appointment of trustee to sell land

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate and Litigation Lawyer Charles Lethbridge discusses the disputes that arise from the joint ownership of real property…

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Expert Blog Part 1 – Buying or Selling a Dental Practice – Property Law

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In the buying or selling a dental practice, there are many critical legal issues parties should consider. In this…

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Finders Keepers: NSW Squatting Laws Help Developer to Score a $1.6m House

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail NSW squatting laws are in the spotlight after a Sydney developer scored himself a $1.6m house (pictured) by changing…

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Why you need good legal advice and a lawyer before you a solicitor’s certificate is signed

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Increasingly, banks and other credit providers are insisting on people and business entities that borrow funds to obtain a…

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Buying a Commercial Property – 7 Things to Know – Property Law (Qld and NSW)

Andrea McGarry | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Legal advice for a commercial property transaction can make or break a successful investment deal, writes Law Graduate and…

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Veda and your Credit Rating – The Real Big Brother is Watching you!

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail CREDIT REPORTING– WHAT YOU DID AND DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT VEDA ADVANTAGE Have you checked your credit status lately? If…

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Licensed Conveyancer joins our Property Team at the Kingscliff Office

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail New Department Managers Head Up Property Team At Coolangatta Main Office and Lawyer Anita Smith returns. The Property &…

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Time to Revisit Stamp Duty on Sale of Business in Queensland and New South Wales

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail With recent changes in NSW relating to the payment of stamp duty on the sale of businesses it is…

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Has Your Insurance Company Denied Your Claim?

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Come and see us for legal advice on what your rights are in relation to a claim. Commercial litigation…

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Have You Received Bad Advice From A Bank Or Financial Planner?

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail If you have suffered losses as a result of negligent or bad investment advice provided by banks or financial…

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CGT Withholding Tax on Properties over $2M from 1 July 2016

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail From 1 July 2016 Contracts for the sale and purchase of properties (residential and commercial) in both Qld and…

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NSW Government Abolishes Stamp Duty on Transfers of Business Assets from 1 July 2016

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In a long awaited decision, the NSW State Government has announced that it will abolish stamp duty that is…

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Having a Sickie After Melbourne Cup Day?

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Horse Racing Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The Race that Stops the Nation: Employees and Medical Certificates, the Real Cost of Melbourne Cup Day to Australian…

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Self-Managed Super Funds News Flash

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail BUY/SELL AGREEMENT SMSF INSURANCE ATO RULING We refer to our previous articles parts 1, 2 , 3 and 4…

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What Stamp Duty Concessions are Available?

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail   When purchasing a home or land stamp duty is payable to the Government via the Office of State…

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Are Your Assets Safe? ATO Hunts Down Overseas Assets

Jeff Garrett | Business & Commercial, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail An amnesty has been offered by the Australian Tax Office for Australian residents who own assets overseas that have…

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How to Make Complaints to the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA)

Amanda Heather | Bank, Finance and Super Disputes

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail1 If you have received bad financial advice or have a dispute with a financial services company, all complaints are…

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Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services highlights ‘sue the b*stards mantra’

Jeff Garrett | Bank, Finance and Super Disputes

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett – a lawyer of 33 years’ experience in civil litigation –…

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Shock NSW Racing Decision Raises Questions Over Stewards’ Penalties under ARR175

Jeff Garrett | Horse Racing Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail A Racing NSW Appeals Tribunal decision which found stewards have no jurisdiction to penalise trainers under Australian Rules of…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers Sponsor Hollindale Stakes on Prime Minister`s Cup Day at the Gold Coast Turf Club

Jeff Garrett | General Legal, Horse Racing Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail IT’S SOMEWHAT WINS THE GROUP 2 HOLLINDALE STAKES IN A 1ST FOR TRAINER DARREN BEADMAN AND GODOLPHIN We all…

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Greyhound Trainer Cobalt Appeal Successful

Jeff Garrett | Horse Racing Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In the first case of cobalt being detected above the prescribed limit of 100mgs in a greyhound in Queensland,…

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Having a Sickie After Melbourne Cup Day?

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Horse Racing Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The Race that Stops the Nation: Employees and Medical Certificates, the Real Cost of Melbourne Cup Day to Australian…

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Cobalt Out of the Blue

Jeff Garrett | Horse Racing Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The cobalt scandal that has rocked the world of thoroughbred racing continues to snowball as another high profile and…

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Buying Property in NSW? It’s Completely Different to Qld!

Rachel Godden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Many people are unaware of the differences between QLD and NSW when buying a property in New South Wales….

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Jointly Owned Property – Your rights if there is a dispute! Appointment of trustee to sell land

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate and Litigation Lawyer Charles Lethbridge discusses the disputes that arise from the joint ownership of real property…

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Foreigners Buying Property in Australia

Rachel Godden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail It is a well known fact more and more foreign investors are buying property in Australia, and more specifically,…

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Deception, misconduct and legal implications – Property Law – Partner, Barry van Heerden

Barry van Heerden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail IT SEEMS innocent enough. Telling a buyer there is someone else ‘interested’ in the same property they just signed…

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Buying a property? What real estate agents have a duty to disclose before sale

Andrea McGarry | General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Paralegal and Law Graduate, Andrea McGarry discusses what real estate agents have a duty to disclose to the prospective…

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How does a cheap conveyancer cut costs? – Cheap Conveyancer Gold Coast – Property Law

Jess Kimpton | General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Conveyancing Paralegal, Jessica Kimpton, explains how a cheap conveyancer cuts costs on fees. After all the effort and care…

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GST reforms to combat illegal phoenix activity

Rachel Godden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Property vendors and purchasers are subject to tough new GST laws, introduced to crack down on dodgy company directors who…

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Gazumping (or Something Like That)

Barry van Heerden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Gazumping occurs when you have a verbal agreement with an agent or seller to buy a property at an…

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NSW stamp duty concessions could see First Home Buyer’s back in the Market! Do you qualify?

Rachel Godden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Important stamp duty concessions announced by the NSW government will be a boost to 1st home owners. Licenced Conveyancer…

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Licensed Conveyancer joins our Property Team at the Kingscliff Office

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail New Department Managers Head Up Property Team At Coolangatta Main Office and Lawyer Anita Smith returns. The Property &…

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Buying property in Queensland? Five things to know before you sign a contract – Property Law

Jess Kimpton | Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Buying property in Queensland? Five things to know before you sign a contract, by Senior Conveyancing Paralegal, Jessica Kimpton….

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Thinking of Selling Your Property? Some Legal Tips that Could Save You Thousands!

Rachel Godden | Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Licenced Conveyancer (NSW) Rachel Godden looks at some common things you can do when you are selling your property to maximise…

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Buying or Selling Your Property? Don’t Risk Your Biggest Investment!

Jeff Garrett | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Buying and selling property is a serious business – why do many people take the ‘cheap option’ when it…

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Expecting Santa? You might get a Council Pool Inspector instead!

Barry van Heerden | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The 1st day of December is usually when we all put up the Xmas tree and the decorations. The…

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Buying or Selling Property? Should I use a Lawyer or a Cheap Conveyancer? If You Pay Peanuts…

Barry van Heerden | Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Property and Commercial Partner Barry van Heerden discusses the implications of using an inexperienced and cheap Conveyancer. That old…

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Price it Low and Watch it Go (Including Your Commission)

Barry van Heerden | Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The issue of “underquoting” has again been put in the spotlight by the Department of Fair Trading in NSW…

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What Happens to the Deposit when a Buyer is Declared Bankrupt?

Charles Lethbridge | Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail It is surprising how many people become insolvent overnight. Sometimes this can be due to matters out of their…

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What Stamp Duty Concessions are Available?

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail   When purchasing a home or land stamp duty is payable to the Government via the Office of State…

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What Does “No Win No Fee” Mean?

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail   What Does “No Win No Fee” Mean? The general definition of “no win no fee” is quite simple….

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Jointly Owned Property – Your rights if there is a dispute! Appointment of trustee to sell land

Charles Lethbridge | Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing, Video

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Associate and Litigation Lawyer Charles Lethbridge discusses the disputes that arise from the joint ownership of real property…

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Doris Day tribute – Can you gift your estate to an animal charity? – Succession Law

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The dedicated animal welfare and charity work of Hollywood icon Doris Day has raised the question of whether you…

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Total and Permanent Disablement (‘TPD’) claim – Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Can insurers use your social media posts as evidence? Yes! Attwood Marshall Lawyers encourage clients to deactivate social media…

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Demerara wins 2019 Attwood Marshall Lawyers Silk Stocking

Jeff Garrett | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The Attwood Marshall Lawyers $150,000,00 Silk Stocking listed race lived up to expectations despite the heavy track with the…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers sponsor iconic Silk Stocking at 2019 Gold Coast Cup Race Day

Jeff Garrett | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail PHOTO: Attwood Marshall Lawyers Legal Practice Director, Jeff Garrett, congratulates 2013 winning Silk Stocking jockey Damian Browne. THE Attwood…

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Expert Blog Part 1 – Buying or Selling a Dental Practice – Property Law

Barry van Heerden | Business & Commercial, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail In the buying or selling a dental practice, there are many critical legal issues parties should consider. In this…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers’ call for inquiry into NSW Trustee & Guardian backed by politicians

Jeff Garrett | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The call for an inquiry into the NSW Trustee and Guardian has been heard with the Tweed MP throwing…

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Commercial property to surge with Gold Coast Airport $370m expansion – Property Law – Law Graduate, Andrea McGarry

Andrea McGarry | General Legal, Property Law

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail The commercial property market is set to surge nearby the Gold Coast Airport’s $370m expansion and Attwood Marshall Lawyers…

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Deadly combustible cladding triggers new laws in Qld – Commercial Litigation – Solicitor Charles Lethbridge

Charles Lethbridge | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail With new legislation to crack down on non-complaint buildings across Queensland, it is critical to check if your building is…

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Motorcycle crash claim in Qld – Personal Injury Law – Frequently Asked Questions

Jeremy Roche | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For a motorcycle crash claim in Qld you need expert legal help, explains Queensland Law Society Specialist Accredited Compensation…

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How to Claim Workers Comp in Queensland – Personal Injury Law

Jeremy Roche | Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail For the best chance at a successful Workers Compensation claim, you should follow these steps, writes Queensland Law Society…

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How can you contest a Will? – Wills and Estates Law – Podcast

Melissa Tucker | General Legal, Podcasts, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Attwood Marshall Lawyers estate litigation solicitor, Melissa Tucker, responds to commonly asked questions about how can you contest a…

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Unfair commissions and financial mismanagement – NSW Trustee and Guardian cannot be trusted

Debbie Sage | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail There is a myth in the general public that the NSW Trustee and Guardian is to be trusted because…

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Buying a property? What real estate agents have a duty to disclose before sale

Andrea McGarry | General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Senior Paralegal and Law Graduate, Andrea McGarry discusses what real estate agents have a duty to disclose to the prospective…

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Attwood Marshall Robina Town Centre Office – Open Thursday Nights and Saturday Mornings

Jeff Garrett | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail It is most unusual to find lawyers who are open outside of normal business hours, but we have invested…

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From the Legal Practice Director’s desk: 2018 a year to celebrate, 2019 even bigger!

Jeff Garrett | General Legal

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail This year has been an exciting one for Attwood Marshall Lawyers with plans for 2019 already underway to expand…

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Lynette Dawson Murder Cold Case and the ‘Forfeiture Rule’

Lucy McPherson | General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail A PE teacher, a schoolgirl, an affair, and a dead mother. The case of missing woman Lynette Dawson lay…

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The Legal Implications of the Runaway Stroller

Jeff Garrett | Compensation Claims, General Legal, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Last week, you might recall the near fatal accident of a baby in a stroller, left unattended by their parents…

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The Changing Landscape of Inheritance Law

Lucy McPherson | Estate Litigation, General Legal, Podcast

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInGmail Historically, conversations around kitchen tables about the rights of adopted children and step children have been common place in…

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