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Care arrangements for children of separated parents

Care arrangements for children. Is structure and routine preferable?

This title of this blog may seem obvious in itself. We have all read articles and listened to conversations promoting the importance of structure and routine in care arrangements...

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denied employment because of tattoos?

Denied employment for having a tattoo?

At Andersons, we work with many clients who have suffered workplace discrimination for a variety of personal characteristics. Some of these characteristics include race,...

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Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act

Should we have the right to be bigots?

Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act became a serious and divisive issue of public contention after columnist Andrew Bolt was found to have breached this section in...

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Too many demerit points?

Too many demerit points?

If you commit a traffic offence, whether here or interstate, then in all probability you will also incur demerit points.

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Should I tell the school that we're divorcing

We've separated. Should I let the school know?

When the family unit breaks down the stress is not only placed on the parents but also any children of the family. When parties separate it generally means that one parent will...

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Duties as a trustee of a testamentary trust

Help! I've been made trustee of a Testamentary Trust

If you’re considering a Testamentary Trust Will you need to make sure that you choose a suitable trustee or trustees to carry out your wishes. Furthermore, if you’ve been...

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changing child's surname without ex partners consent

Can I change my child’s surname without my ex’s consent?

We are often presented with matters where the parents have separated when the child was young and one parent has taken it upon themselves to informally change the child’s surname...

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What is discrimination

Is that discrimination?

Discrimination litigation is a growing area of law. It is extremely unfortunate that many South Australian workers continue to experience different forms of workplace...

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Electronic conveyancing in South Australia

Towards electronic conveyancing in South Australia

On 4 July 2016 new conveyancing requirements for land transactions was implemented in South Australia under the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act 2013.

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