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Kristy Nunn
3 July 2020

The Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, the Honourable Susan Kiefel AC recently issued a statement in relation to the media reports in respect of a former High Court Judge, Dyson Heydon... Read More

Cavelle Lindsay
2 July 2020

Banks v Goodfellow (1870) LR 5 QB 549 is the leading case for establishing the test of testamentary capacity. The test is based on the four questions:

·         Does the willmaker... Read More

Robert Lindsay
30 June 2020

Most parents like to treat their children equally both before and after death.  However, care must be taken when the Will is made if it is intended to give specific assets to the children.  For... Read More


19 March 2019

These are difficult situations but we can help you investigate the loss and raise concerns early.

19 March 2019

Whether it is a property settlement division or arrangements for children and parenting, the first step is to speak with someone about your rights, entitlements and obligations.  Meeting with a... Read More

19 March 2019

If you think you have been unfairly dismissed, you should act promptly.

You may be able to make an application for unfair dismissal in the Industrial Relations Commission or the Fair Work... Read More