Are You Sure You Want to Execute Your Wealthy Friend's Estate?
21 September 2018
During the course of a friendly and relaxed conversation with a lifetime friend, he or she may have asked you if you would stand as the executor of their estate. This may seem to be a relatively straightforward task, and as you are so close, you may be tempted to agree without too much further thought. However, this individual may have been particularly successful in their life and had amassed a complicated estate, with many elements to consider in the event of their passing.
Qualities of a Good Family Lawyer.
25 July 2018
A family lawyer is a lawyer who specialises in family law. His or her scope of work deals with issues surrounding family relationships such as divorce, spousal maintenance, child custody, child adoption and child support. Family law is widely practised in Australia. Therefore, finding a family lawyer is not a difficult task. However, some qualities set one family lawyer apart from the rest.
Below are qualities you should look for when hiring a family lawyer.
How to Reduce the Possibility of Your Will Being Challenged
15 September 2016
The last thing you want is for your beneficiaries to be fighting over your estate when you're gone. It's an unpleasant thought—that they would be fighting over the distribution of small sentimental items, or that they would even be debating the finer aspects of property law in an effort to claim a larger share of the value of your property. You might feel that your will is going to clarify your intentions, and in most cases, this will be true.
Debt Collectors | 3 Attentions To Turn An Incorrect Debt Claim In Your Favour
14 September 2016
Those dreaded calls from debt collectors are never pleasant, especially if the claim is incorrect or too old in the first place. This guide shows you some attentions to turn an incorrect debt claim in your favour. Knowledgeable lawyers can save you tens of thousands of dollars in late payments when you may not owe this money.
Know Your Rights Based On Australian Laws
Under the Limitations of Actions Act 1958, a creditor may not be able to take legal action if the debt is more than 6 years old.