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Property Contract Review

So you have found the perfect property and you are presented with the contract to purchase it. What should you do next? The best next step would be to speak with your solicitor so you can go through the contract together. This appointment can be made in person or online …

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Cost of Estate Planning

Cost involved in Estate Planning?

Writing your own Will might seem like a cheaper option now; however it can cause problems and end up far more costly for your estate down the track.  For most estate planning matters, we can offer fixed pricing from start to finish.  We keep our fees as low as possible …

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Property Squatters

Property Squatters:How to get them off?

Property Squatters: Who are they? What rights do they have? How to get them off property? Who are they? A squatter is a person who resides in a property without the consent of the landlord/registered owner of that land. The difference between property squatters and a tenant is the absence …

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How to apply for divorce: Procedure

How to Apply for Divorce: A Procedural Guide

A procedural guide on how to apply for divorce. It is important to note the difference between the various applications that can be made in family law. A common statement family lawyers hear is, “I want a divorce”. While that sentence’s meaning might be clear to a layperson, this can …

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Property Squatters

Property Squatters: What rights do they have?

Here is everything you need to know about Property Squatters and what rights do they have? It’s hard to believe that someone can legally live on your property without your express permission. However, under the old doctrine of adverse possession, a person who occupies an uninhabited building or unused land …

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Updates of first home buyers grant

First Home Owners’ Grant Updates

The Queensland Government has recently altered the First Home Owners’ Grant (FHOG) in order to stimulate Queensland’s COVID-19 economic recovery and ease first home buyers access to the market. If you meet all the eligibility requirements listed below, you may receive $15,000 to buy or build your new home. This grant’s availability extends to houses, units, townhouses, off the plan …

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Time contraints and limits in family law

Important Time Limits In Family Law Matters

There are important time limits in Family Law matters that are crucial, and parties need to be aware of and not lose sight of once they separate.  Divorce  If parties are married, they must wait for a period of 12 months from the date of separation before they can apply to the Court for …

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