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When Estate Law And Family Law Converge

When Estate Law and Family Law converge

There are some cases in family law proceedings where the two areas of law (estate law and family law) converge. The effect a death can have on a Family Law property division can be quite significant.

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Legal jargon explained

Legal jargon explained

Legalese can sometimes feel like a different language. The law is complex, which means lawyers use specific and highly technical language to talk about different aspects of law and legal procedures.

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Horrific tragedy sparks a nationwide drive to criminalise coercive control

coercive control

There has been a nationwide effort to criminalise coercive control since the tragic murder of Hannah Clarke and her three children Laianah, 6, Aaliyah, 4, & Trey, 3, at the hands of her estranged husband Rowan Baxter, in Queensland on 19 February 2020 when he set their car on fire.

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What is a DIN?

What is a Director Identification Number?

Should you have any questions or wish to make an appointment with one of our team, please do not hesitate to contact our Commercial Team on 8525 2700 or click here to send a message.

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Company directors must apply for a Director Identification Number

Company directors must apply for a Director Identification Number

New government requirements now require that all new and existing Australian company directors of bodies corporate registered under the Corporations Act, including foreign directors and alternate directors, must apply for a Director Identification Number (DIN).

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Can I try again?

Can I try again in a different court?

In most cases, once an issue has been decided by a court, it cannot later be decided by a different court.

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Family Law matters: can I try again in a different Court?

Can I try again in a different court?

In most cases, once an issue has been decided by a court, it cannot later be decided by a different court. The doctrine of res judicata and issue estoppel are rules which prevent matters that are already decided from being brought up again.

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How do the Courts Work in NSW

How do the Courts work in NSW?

The court system operates in a hierarchy. Lower courts hear smaller matters and higher courts hear bigger matters. There are three main courts in NSW, as well as a number of tribunals and federal courts. Here’s a quick guide to the main differences you should know.

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March 2022 Client Newsletter

Welcome to our March Newsletter

Our March Newsletter showcases a number of articles written by our Solari and Stock Lawyers. These articles relate to a variety of topics, and we trust that you find these articles informative.

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Preparing for court

Preparing for Court

Many of us will need to attend court at some point during our lives, and it can be an intimidating and confusing experience.

This article will look at a few things you can do to be as prepared as possible for your day in court.

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