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26 February 2021 in Family Law, General Legal

Applying for a divorce; you’ve separated for 12 months, the dust has settled, and you’re ready to make it final. What next?

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Family Lawyer, Emily Edmonds, discusses the steps to take, and what you need to know, when applying…

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22 February 2021 in Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Looking to buy property? 5 things you should know before signing a QLD Residential Purchase Contract

With properties getting snatched up within 24 hours, it is easy to get caught up in the emotions and hype…

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22 February 2021 in Compensation Law, General Legal

Contributory Negligence: What if my Employer or WorkCover blames me if I’m injured at work?

Injured workers in Queensland are usually shocked to receive denials of liability for accidents from WorkCover, or a refusal to accept…

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19 February 2021 in Family Law, General Legal

Recently Separated? What you need to consider next

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Family Lawyer, Emily Edmonds, discusses what to do if you have recently separated from your spouse or…

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12 February 2021 in General Legal, Wills & Estates

Dealing with death – Estate Administration and the immediate next steps you need to take

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Senior Associate and Accredited Aged Care Professional, Debbie Sage, discussed with Steve Stuttle on Radio 4CRB the important…

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5 February 2021 in General Legal, Podcast, Wills & Estates

Part 2: Transitioning to aged care – what to expect when entering a residential aged care facility

If you or a loved one are at a stage in your life that living at home independently is no…

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4 February 2021 in Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Wealthy Americans have their eye on Australian property

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Property and Commercial Lawyer, Andrea McGarry, explains why Americans are looking to snatch up Australian properties in…

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4 February 2021 in General Legal, Residential Conveyancing

All NSW Land Transactions to be electronic in 2021 – Another step forward for digital property dealings

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Licenced Conveyancer and Law Graduate, Rachel Godden, provides an update on New South Wales’ progress in making…

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1 February 2021 in Bank, Finance and Super Disputes, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Was the Royal Commission into misconduct in the banking, superannuation and financial services industry a billion-dollar waste of time?

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Commercial Litigation Associate, Georgia Taylor, follows-up on the roll out of the recommendations made by the Royal Commission into…

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29 January 2021 in General Legal, Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Part 1: Transitioning to aged care – it’s important to plan for the future

The potential need for aged care can be a difficult and emotionally charged topic to discuss with your loved ones….

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27 January 2021 in Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Welcome change for the new year – new Insolvency Reforms activated to put business owners back in control

The temporary insolvency relief measures that helped businesses stay afloat during the economic challenges brought on by COVID-19 in 2020…

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22 January 2021 in Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Part 2: Estate Litigation – just the facts Ma’am

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Senior Associate April Kennedy continues her discussion about the common misconceptions people have about contesting…

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21 January 2021 in Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Your Estate Planning Checklist to help you get organised in 2021

For many people, a new year signifies a reset button and a chance to put a stronger focus on health,…

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18 January 2021 in Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Temporary relief has come to an end for businesses impacted by the economic effects of COVID-19

The temporary insolvency relief measures for businesses implemented by the Federal Government to protect companies, directors and individuals financially impacted…

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15 January 2021 in Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Part 1: Contesting a Will can be a taboo topic – 10 common misconceptions explained

Attwood Marshall Lawyers Estate Litigation Senior Associate, April Kennedy discusses some of the issues involving contesting a Will, Wills and…

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13 January 2021 in Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Proving what you cannot see – Workers’ Compensation and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Nightmares, depression, anxiety, insomnia, an unnerving sense of danger: these are just some of the symptoms experienced by people who…

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8 January 2021 in General Legal, Podcast, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Enduring Power of Attorney – one of the most crucial and powerful documents you can create in your lifetime

With over half the population without a valid Will, and even more people without an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPOA)…

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5 January 2021 in General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

First home buyers hungry for their dream home in Brisbane – what you need to know

While Australia slowly recovers from the hit of a worldwide pandemic and the worst recession in almost a century, first…

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29 December 2020 in Estate Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates

Broken promises – making a claim when a promise hasn’t materialised in someone’s Will

A Sydney couple were promised their elderly neighbour’s multimillion-dollar estate in exchange for lifetime care and a change of renovation…

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28 December 2020 in General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Be careful what you bid for! What happens when auctions go wrong…

Last month saw Channel Nine’s biggest Australian Reality hit show, The Block, reward their contestants with record-breaking sales. Winners Jimmy…

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23 December 2020 in Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, Superannuation

‘Tis the season to review your life insurance policies and be prepared for the holidays!

Summer is here and excitement is buzzing for those getting set to travel and visit family and friends. The last…

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21 December 2020 in Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Heading off on a road trip this Christmas? 10 tips to help you stay safe

With the festive season upon us, it is important to remind ourselves about road safety. This time of year generally…

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21 December 2020 in Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Injured at the Work Christmas Party? Understand your rights and responsibilities

The Christmas party season is here! Work Christmas functions provide a great opportunity to mix with your colleagues, reflect on…

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18 December 2020 in Compensation Claims, General Legal, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

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

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

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