Thursday October 24, 2013
Every adult should have a Will. There are inherent dangers with using Will Kits so your Will should be prepared by a solicitor experienced in Wills and Estate Planning.
Tuesday October 15, 2013
In 1983 the South Australian Law Reform Commission recommended the establishment of a State Administrative Appeals Body. It has been a long time coming but it now appears that a “Super Tribunal” is imminent.
Wednesday July 10, 2013
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal which commenced operations on 1 July 1976 exercises powers in areas which include the general administrative, security appeals, taxation appeals and veterans appeals divisions. The role of the Tribunal is to provide independent merits review of ....
Tuesday June 18, 2013
When separated couples with children negotiate and finalise the arrangements for their children they will normally base those arrangements on their current circumstances. Similarly, when a Court makes Orders about where a child should live and how much time they are to spend with the other parent they too base their decision on the current circumstances of that child’s life. However, as we know, life is full of changes and sometimes Orders that have been agreed or made by the Court are no longer practical as time goes by resulting in one parent wanting to change the Orders.
Tuesday August 21, 2012
In the case of Powers of Attorney, understanding the nature and effect of the act of giving a Power of Attorney is met when a person (the Donor) understands that the Attorney (the person you are giving the power to ...