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Child custody arrangements over Easter
Family Law
March 15, 2019

Child custody arrangements over Easter

Child custody arrangements with my former partner are complicated this year because school holidays overlap Easter. Can the father’s time override my Easter time with our son? Unusually, Easter this...

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Response to proposed changes to the Public Trustee SA Wills service
Wills & Estate Planning
March 8, 2019

Response to proposed changes to the Public Trustee SA Wills service

MEDIA RELEASE: 27 February 2019 Changes to the Public Trustee SA Wills service ultimately benefits grieving families.   Last Friday Deputy Premier and Attorney-General Vickie Chapman announced that as of...

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Ask the Lawyer – I have been involved in a motor vehicle accident. Now what?
Motor Vehicle Accident Claims
February 15, 2019

Ask the Lawyer – I have been involved in a motor vehicle accident. Now what?

If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, your first legal obligation is to stop at the scene. This is necessary from both a compulsory third party insurance, and...

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Ask the Lawyer – The benefits of engaging a lawyer in criminal matters
Criminal Law
January 23, 2019

Ask the Lawyer – The benefits of engaging a lawyer in criminal matters

I have been told that I can represent myself in my criminal matter. So why do I need a lawyer?   There is an old adage “A person that represent...

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Beware the token Will provision for family members
Wills & Estate Planning
December 13, 2018

Beware the token Will provision for family members

I have heard that leaving my son a dollar in my Will prevents him from contesting my estate. Is this true? (more…)

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Ask the Lawyer – Intimate image sharing. What are my rights?
Family Law
November 22, 2018

Ask the Lawyer – Intimate image sharing. What are my rights?

My ex-husband is threatening to post intimate photos of me online unless I allow him to spend more time with our daughter. What should I do? (more…)

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Ask the Lawyer – Wrongly accused of speeding?
Traffic Offences
November 9, 2018

Ask the Lawyer – Wrongly accused of speeding?

Do I need to prove that I wasn't speeding if I am wrongly accused of exceeding the speed limit? (more…)

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Ask the Lawyer – Joint Tenants vs. Tenants in Common
Property Law
October 1, 2018

Ask the Lawyer – Joint Tenants vs. Tenants in Common

My partner and I own property together. If one of us dies does this mean that the surviving partner automatically receives the property? (more…)

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The ABC Law Report
In the Media
October 1, 2018

The ABC Law Report

Did you know ABC Radio airs The Law Report every Tuesday at 5:30pm? (more…)

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