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What should I bring to my first Appointment?

Larisa Kapur Video, Wills & Estates

Our Wills and Estates Lawyer, Larisa Kapur discusses in this video what people need to bring to their first appointment/consult…

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Amanda Heather – Department Manager

Amanda Heather Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, Video

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

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Rhiannon Garrett – Compensation Law Senior Paralegal

Rhiannon Garrett Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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Injured in the Gym

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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WorkCover Offer QLD

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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Workplace Injuries – The Employer

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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WorkCover Medicals

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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Injured at Work QLD

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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CTP – Cyclist Compensation Claim

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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What Cyclists Need to Know

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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No Win, No Fee for Cyclists

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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Christmas time for lawyers – a spike in injuries, disputes and deaths

Jeff Garrett Compensation Claims, General Legal, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

Most people think lawyers are taking it easy over the Christmas break, however, this is one of the busiest times…

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Childhood sexual abuse in schools – every child has a right to be safe!

Sue Davidson Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

The nature and extent of child abuse and neglect is one of Australia’s most significant social problems. Institutional child sexual…

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Five Reasons you need to have a Will and Enduring Power of Attorney

Natalie Comerford General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

It’s that time of year when people start considering their New Year’s resolutions – and one that should be on…

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Read the Deed! Make sure you review your Trust Deeds before the 31 December 2020 deadline!

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

It is important to understand how changes made by the New South Wales Parliament to foreign land tax and duty…

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Are you facing bankruptcy or is your business facing liquidation? It doesn’t need to be a stressful process

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Liquidators have reputations for being aggressive, money-hungry and heartless. Attwood Marshall Lawyers Commercial Litigation Senior Associate and Law Society Accredited…

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Voluntary Euthanasia – one of the first big issues the new Queensland Parliament will consider in 2021

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Feedback provided to the Voluntary Assisted Dying Review Board over the past six months has highlighted the compassion and relief…

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Enduring Power of Attorney – be aware of changes coming to guardianship laws and forms

Hayley Condon General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

In order to improve consistency across all jurisdictions, changes to Enduring Powers of Attorney laws will come into play in…

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You’ve separated from your partner – so what happens next? Property settlements and determining who gets what!

Hayley Condon Family Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Senior Associate and Family Lawyer, Hayley Condon, discusses the process of a property settlement when you separate…

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Is blood thicker than water in the eyes of the law? A case of estrangement and succession law

Martin Mallon Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

In the court of public opinion, the commandment ‘honour thy mother and father’ can be hard to beat. In a…

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How businesses can recover debts during COVID-19

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Debt recovery is still possible despite government measures protecting debtors amid COVID-19, explains Attwood Marshall Lawyers Commercial Litigation Senior Associate…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers celebrates 15 years of supporting The Salvation Army Wills Days

Jeff Garrett Charity & Community, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers are proud to participate in the Salvation Army Wills Day on Tuesday 10th November 2020, marking 15…

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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

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

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There’s No Such Thing as a Free Will – Beware of the Public Trust Office!

Jeff Garrett Podcast, Podcasts, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Listen to our podcast with Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett  where he discusses the problems associated with doing your Will with…

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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

Attwood Marshall Lawyers acted for the successful respondent in the Queensland Supreme Court decision of Perry v Nicholson [2017] QSC…

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Who Pays the Legal Fees in a Will Dispute?

Melissa Tucker Estate Litigation, Podcast

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

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Protect your family and those hard won assets!

Angela Harry Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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

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Olivia Mead and the Billion Dollar Estate

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, Podcast

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

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Making the Granny Flat Option Work

Angela Harry Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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

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The Legal Implications of the Runaway Stroller

Jeff Garrett Compensation Claims, General Legal, Podcast

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

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The Changing Landscape of Inheritance Law

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, General Legal, Podcast

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

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Contesting Wills on a No Win, No Fee Basis

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

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

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Taking Care During Separation

Jeff Garrett Family Law, Podcast

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

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Attwood Marshall leading the field in surrogacy law

Jeff Garrett Family Law, Podcast

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

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

Hayley Condon Family Law

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

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

Hayley Condon Family Law, General Legal

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

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Received a Subpoena in Family Law Proceedings?

Emily Edmonds Family Law

What you should do if you are a professional and are served with a Family Law Subpoena! Law Graduate and member of Attwood Marshall Family Law department, Emily Edmonds, provides...

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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

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

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

Hayley Condon Family Law

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

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

Emily Edmonds Family Law

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

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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

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

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Appointing a Guardian for your children in your Will

Donna Tolley Family Law, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

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

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Separated? Should you allow the kids to go overseas?

Hayley Condon Family Law

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

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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

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

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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

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

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In Family Law Disputes, Do GrandParents Have Rights?

Hayley Condon Family Law

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

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Head Over the Handlebars – Cyclists Entitlement to Compensation!

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law, Video

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

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What Does “No Win, No Fee” Mean?

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

  What Does “No Win, No Fee” Mean? The general definition of “No Win, No Fee” is quite simple. The…

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COVID-19: Our offices are open for business

Jeff Garrett Compensation Law, Estate Litigation, Family Law, General Legal, Wills & Estates

We have implemented an approved COVID Safe Plan at all our offices and are officially registered as a COVID Safe…

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Coronavirus and Compensation Claims – How Does It Work?

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law

The legal industry is considering Coronavirus and potential workers compensation claims, writes Attwood Marshall Lawyers Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche….

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Manus Island detention centre social worker wins compensation after sexual assault

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law, General Legal

Compensation Senior Associate, Lisa Robertson, shares her recent experience in fighting against a billion-dollar company to uphold the legal rights…

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“Appalling and self-serving”: Greedy insurers put CTP compensation for injured Queenslanders under threat

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers have warned the Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme for injured motorists is under threat and call…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers take legal action over death of boilermaker at North Queensland site

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers is taking legal action for a mining worker who suffered severe psychiatric injury as the first responder…

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Types of life insurance and how to make a claim for life insurance – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis Compensation Law, General Legal

We usually avoid discussing worst case scenarios or “what ifs”, but when it comes to ensuring your family’s financial security,…

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Eight killed in one month: tragic toll calls for motorbike vigilance

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

The newly released data showing a spike in fatalities on Queensland roads is a tragic reminder for increased vigilance around motorcyclists. An Australian Road Deaths Database report released on August...

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Earle Haven evacuation: legal information about RAD bonds, medical and other compensation

Jeff Garrett Compensation Law, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers encourage Earle Haven evacuees and their families to seek legal advice on RAD bonds, exit fees and…

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Why Accountants and Insurance Brokers Must Never Give Advice on TPD Life Insurance Claims

Amy Lewis Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

To protect yourself from legal action it is critical to seek proper legal advice for a client’s Total and Permanent…

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WorkCover Rejected my Claim – Compensation Law – Gold Coast – Brisbane

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law

When you are injured at work in the course of your work duties, you are generally entitled to claim workers compensation (eg weekly payments, medical treatment costs, rehabilitation). Most employers...

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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

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

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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

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

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Head Over the Handlebars – Cyclists Entitlement to Compensation!

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Video

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

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

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law, Video

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

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What Does “No Win, No Fee” Mean?

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

  What Does “No Win, No Fee” Mean? The general definition of “No Win, No Fee” is quite simple. The…

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COVID-19: Our offices are open for business

Jeff Garrett Compensation Law, Estate Litigation, Family Law, General Legal, Wills & Estates

We have implemented an approved COVID Safe Plan at all our offices and are officially registered as a COVID Safe…

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Coronavirus and Compensation Claims – How Does It Work?

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law

The legal industry is considering Coronavirus and potential workers compensation claims, writes Attwood Marshall Lawyers Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche….

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Manus Island detention centre social worker wins compensation after sexual assault

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law, General Legal

Compensation Senior Associate, Lisa Robertson, shares her recent experience in fighting against a billion-dollar company to uphold the legal rights…

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“Appalling and self-serving”: Greedy insurers put CTP compensation for injured Queenslanders under threat

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers have warned the Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme for injured motorists is under threat and call…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers take legal action over death of boilermaker at North Queensland site

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers is taking legal action for a mining worker who suffered severe psychiatric injury as the first responder…

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Types of life insurance and how to make a claim for life insurance – Compensation Law

Amy Lewis Compensation Law, General Legal

We usually avoid discussing worst case scenarios or “what ifs”, but when it comes to ensuring your family’s financial security,…

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Eight killed in one month: tragic toll calls for motorbike vigilance

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

The newly released data showing a spike in fatalities on Queensland roads is a tragic reminder for increased vigilance around motorcyclists. An Australian Road Deaths Database report released on August...

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Earle Haven evacuation: legal information about RAD bonds, medical and other compensation

Jeff Garrett Compensation Law, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers encourage Earle Haven evacuees and their families to seek legal advice on RAD bonds, exit fees and…

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Why Accountants and Insurance Brokers Must Never Give Advice on TPD Life Insurance Claims

Amy Lewis Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

To protect yourself from legal action it is critical to seek proper legal advice for a client’s Total and Permanent…

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WorkCover Rejected my Claim – Compensation Law – Gold Coast – Brisbane

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law

When you are injured at work in the course of your work duties, you are generally entitled to claim workers compensation (eg weekly payments, medical treatment costs, rehabilitation). Most employers...

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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

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

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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

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

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Why you must get legal advice before signing Retirement Village Agreements

Emily Edmonds General Legal, Property Law, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers, Wills & Estates Lawyer, Emily Edmonds, discusses Retirement Village Agreements and the importance of having a lawyer…

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Five reasons to buy a first home during COVID-19

Raphaelle Worrall Business & Commercial, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Now is not the time to give up on your dream of owning your first home, writes Law Graduate/QLD Property…

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PEXA critical for property transactions during COVID-19

Rachel Godden Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

It is critical for real estate agents to refer buyers and sellers of property to a law firm registered to…

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What are your rights as Landlord or Lessee in a Lease during COVID-19?

Barry van Heerden Building, Developer and Construction Disputes, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Now is the time to review your contracts, determine the scope of any force majeure clauses and your options if…

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Tips for acquiring assets into a Self-Managed Super Fund

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Property Law

Property & Commercial Partner Barry van Heerden discusses the legislation governing the purchase of assets into a Self-Managed Super Funds…

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For Real Estate Agents: Handy tips and real cases to safeguard your commission

Raphaelle Worrall General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

To safeguard your entitlement to commission on a property sale, ensure you follow these handy tips, writes Property Paralegal and…

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When Real Estate Agents fail to get their commission: real cases – Property & Commercial Law

Raphaelle Worrall Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

A few oversights during the transaction of a property can see a real estate agent lose their commission, writes QLD…

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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

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

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Gold Coast First Home Buyers are the big winners of the new Federal Home Loan Deposit Scheme

Barry van Heerden Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Buying your first home on the Gold Coast?  Gold Coast First Home Buyers are the big winners of the new…

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First Home Buyers’ Guide: Which is best, QLD or NSW? – Stamp Duty, Grants, Concessions and Exemptions – Property & Commercial Law

Jess Kimpton General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Living near the QLD-NSW border and wondering which state has the best perks for First Home Buyers? Our guide for First Home Buyers Grants, Stamp Duty and exemptions, as applicable...

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Borrowing by Self-Managed Super Funds – Property & Commercial Law – Expert blog Part 2

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

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Property & Commercial Partner Barry van Heerden discusses the types of borrowing by Self-Managed Super Funds and…

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Off the Plan Property – What You Need to Check Before You Buy

Andrea McGarry Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Are you thinking of purchasing a property off the plan? Property & Commercial Lawyer, Andrea McGarry, explains how to protect…

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Should I Feel Guilty About Contesting a Will?

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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Contesting Wills in QLD

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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Free Advice

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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First Appointment

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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What happens when you die without a Will?

Larisa Kapur Video, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

When you die without a Will (or a valid Will), the legal definition is that you die "intestate". Wills and Estates lawyer Larisa Kapur discusses some of the issues that...

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Disadvantages of a ‘Do It Yourself’ (DIY) Will Kit

Donna Tolley Video, Wills & Estates

One of the most important legal documents that you will ever make in your lifetime is your Will – why…

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Contesting a Will by bringing a Family Provision Application

Martin Mallon Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Associate, Martin Mallon, explains the devastation many people are faced with when discovering they have…

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Estate Planning 101 – what is ‘estate planning’? What you need to do to put a plan in place to protect your estate and your family

Angela Harry General Legal, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Wills and Estates Partner, Angela Harry, discusses why estate planning applies to everyone. Careful planning of the…

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The Aged Care Sector – Lawyer says it needs fundamental change and more than a PR spruik!

Debbie Sage General Legal, Wills & Estates

There’s no question that Australia’s Aged Care sector needs to be overhauled and there is a massive disconnect between what…

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Don’t blindly trust the Public Trustee – there are alternative options available

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Take caution when making important decisions about who to appoint as your administrator to manage your legal and financial affairs….

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Undue influence and unconscionable conduct in Will-making is elder abuse and is a serious issue

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Writing a Will takes careful consideration. A Will should be a true reflection of the Will-maker’s intention and what they…

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Executor’s Commission – Being an Executor of an estate can be a stressful and time consuming role, but you can be compensated for your ‘pains and troubles’

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson, explains how an Executor appointed in a Will can apply for…

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COVID-19 causes increase in elder abuse cases as social distancing creates a new degree of isolation

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Wills & Estates

Many things constitute elder abuse including physical, financial and emotional abuse. With COVID-19 isolating the elderly, elder abuse cases are…

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A Binding Death Benefit Nomination can determine how your self-managed superannuation funds are dealt with upon death

Angela Harry General Legal, Wills & Estates

A Binding Death Benefit Nomination is a relatively new tool used in the context of succession planning. Wills and Estates…

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Executors beware! You may be personally liable for the expenses of administering an estate or legal costs of defending a Will

April Kennedy Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Many people are unaware of the expenses involved when you are the Executor in an estate and are required to…

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Defending a Contested Will: Your Role as Executor

April Kennedy Estate Litigation, General Legal, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

Defending a contested Will can be a complicated and stressful event for Executors. Estate Litigation Associate, April Kennedy, gives valuable…

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The court-approved Will for minors and those who lack capacity

Amelia Clout Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

A Will can provide peace of mind to the Will-maker, knowing their intentions to provide for their family are legally…

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Challenging a Will based on mental capacity

April Kennedy Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Capacity can be an emotionally charged topic, especially in relation to Dementia or Alzheimer’s and other degenerative conditions. Estate Litigation…

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Should I Feel Guilty About Contesting a Will?

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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Contesting Wills in QLD

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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Free Advice

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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First Appointment

Lucy McPherson Video, Wills & Estates

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

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What happens when you die without a Will?

Larisa Kapur Video, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

When you die without a Will (or a valid Will), the legal definition is that you die "intestate". Wills and Estates lawyer Larisa Kapur discusses some of the issues that...

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Disadvantages of a ‘Do It Yourself’ (DIY) Will Kit

Donna Tolley Video, Wills & Estates

One of the most important legal documents that you will ever make in your lifetime is your Will – why…

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Contesting a Will by bringing a Family Provision Application

Martin Mallon Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Associate, Martin Mallon, explains the devastation many people are faced with when discovering they have…

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Estate Planning 101 – what is ‘estate planning’? What you need to do to put a plan in place to protect your estate and your family

Angela Harry General Legal, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Wills and Estates Partner, Angela Harry, discusses why estate planning applies to everyone. Careful planning of the…

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The Aged Care Sector – Lawyer says it needs fundamental change and more than a PR spruik!

Debbie Sage General Legal, Wills & Estates

There’s no question that Australia’s Aged Care sector needs to be overhauled and there is a massive disconnect between what…

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Don’t blindly trust the Public Trustee – there are alternative options available

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Take caution when making important decisions about who to appoint as your administrator to manage your legal and financial affairs….

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Undue influence and unconscionable conduct in Will-making is elder abuse and is a serious issue

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Writing a Will takes careful consideration. A Will should be a true reflection of the Will-maker’s intention and what they…

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Executor’s Commission – Being an Executor of an estate can be a stressful and time consuming role, but you can be compensated for your ‘pains and troubles’

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson, explains how an Executor appointed in a Will can apply for…

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COVID-19 causes increase in elder abuse cases as social distancing creates a new degree of isolation

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Wills & Estates

Many things constitute elder abuse including physical, financial and emotional abuse. With COVID-19 isolating the elderly, elder abuse cases are…

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A Binding Death Benefit Nomination can determine how your self-managed superannuation funds are dealt with upon death

Angela Harry General Legal, Wills & Estates

A Binding Death Benefit Nomination is a relatively new tool used in the context of succession planning. Wills and Estates…

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Executors beware! You may be personally liable for the expenses of administering an estate or legal costs of defending a Will

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

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

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

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

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What happens when you die without a Will?

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When you die without a Will (or a valid Will), the legal definition is that you die "intestate". Wills and Estates lawyer Larisa Kapur discusses some of the issues that...

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Disadvantages of a ‘Do It Yourself’ (DIY) Will Kit

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Associate, Martin Mallon, explains the devastation many people are faced with when discovering they have…

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There’s no question that Australia’s Aged Care sector needs to be overhauled and there is a massive disconnect between what…

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Take caution when making important decisions about who to appoint as your administrator to manage your legal and financial affairs….

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Many things constitute elder abuse including physical, financial and emotional abuse. With COVID-19 isolating the elderly, elder abuse cases are…

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A Binding Death Benefit Nomination is a relatively new tool used in the context of succession planning. Wills and Estates…

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Many people are unaware of the expenses involved when you are the Executor in an estate and are required to…

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Many people are unaware of the obligations as an Executor of an estate. Wills & Estates Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson,…

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A significant proportion of the wealth of people today is held in the superannuation environment and it is not uncommon…

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When a couple go through a separation there are a myriad of legal aspects to consider. Separation can be a…

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

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Bob Hawke Will: Daughter to Sue Over Multi-Million-Dollar Estate

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Experienced estate litigation solicitor, and Attwood Marshall Lawyers Senior Associate, Lucy McPherson, discusses the Will contest over Bob Hawke’s estate….

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Contesting a Will – court awards $800,000 to estranged daughter in family provision claim

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If you are an estranged family member contesting a Will, a recent Tasmanian case highlights what the court considers in…

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

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

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Commercial litigation solicitor Charles Lethbridge explains how sweeping law reforms could strengthen protections for homeowners making a claim for building…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers has an experienced Thoroughbred Racing Law department led by solicitors passionate about horses. Commercial Litigation solicitor Georgia Taylor – an experienced…

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Detailed legal tips for professionals on how to avoid or mitigate a professional negligence claim, by Commercial Litigation solicitor Georgia…

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

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

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

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It is important to understand the issues relating to the purchase of a dental practice because a dental practice is…

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If you are a financial planner or accountant advising the trustee of a discretionary trust, and that trustee plans to…

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Charging dead people, fees for no service – now money laundering and child exploitation are the latest revelations to emerge…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers Property & Commercial Partner Barry van Heerden discusses the types of borrowing by Self-Managed Super Funds and…

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

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

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Licensed Conveyancer joins our Property Team at the Kingscliff Office

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Voluntary Euthanasia – one of the first big issues the new Queensland Parliament will consider in 2021

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Feedback provided to the Voluntary Assisted Dying Review Board over the past six months has highlighted the compassion and relief…

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In order to improve consistency across all jurisdictions, changes to Enduring Powers of Attorney laws will come into play in…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers Senior Associate and Family Lawyer, Hayley Condon, discusses the process of a property settlement when you separate…

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In the court of public opinion, the commandment ‘honour thy mother and father’ can be hard to beat. In a…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers are proud to participate in the Salvation Army Wills Day on Tuesday 10th November 2020, marking 15…

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Prenuptial Agreements, Relationship Agreements, Financial Agreements – what’s the difference, and do we need one?

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers Family Law Special Counsel, Michael Twohill, discusses the different types of financial agreements available to couples to…

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Entitlements to commission – Does introducing a property to a potential buyer create an effective cause of sale?

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To be entitled to commission on the sale of a property, Real Estate Agents must show they are the effective…

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Record quad bike fatalities spark new safety laws for Australia

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Quad bikes (otherwise known as an all-terrain vehicle or ATV) are a major cause of death and serious injury in…

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Estrangement: Are parents obliged to provide for an estranged child in their Will?

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The question of what is appropriate provision in someone’s Will can be complicated. Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Associate, Martin…

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Queensland Government rejects RACQ and Suncorp’s request to overhaul QLD’s CTP scheme

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers welcomes the decision of the QLD Labor Government and the LNP to REJECT the “appalling and self-serving”…

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Estate Litigation Associate, Martin Mallon, assists Executors and beneficiaries in dealing with issues that arise from DIY Will kits and homemade…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers Wills and Estates Senior Associate, and Accredited Aged Care Professional, Debbie Sage, has partnered with Feros Care…

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

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