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Do I need a Partnership Agreement?

What To Consider When Starting a Partnership and more importantly Do I need a Partnership Agreement?

By |February 4th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Left out of a Will?

Have you been excluded from your loved one's Will?If so, there may be options available to you.A valid Will is the direction from a deceased person as to how they want their estate distributed. For this reason, a court will not consider changing this direction without a valid reason to challenge a Will and only under limited circumstances. What are grounds to challenge a Will? All Australian States and Territories generally have similar grounds to challenge a Will such as: • Appropriate provisions were not made for family members • There was evidence of tampering or the Will was not correctly executed • The maker of the Will was improperly influenced, forced or tricked into making the Will to benefit a person or entity that was not the intent of the Will maker • The person who made the Will didn’t have the understanding or mental capacity to make a Will

By |January 15th, 2020|Estate Planning|Comments Off on Left out of a Will?

SIX EMPLOYMENT MYTHS: BUSTED

As an employer, it is important that you are aware of your responsibilities relating to employee rights, employment terms& conditions, contracts, leave, and wages.A breach in your employee’s rights could result in possible penalties for your business.

By |December 18th, 2019|Contract Review|0 Comments

Got a great business idea? Have an invention?

When you come-up with a brilliant idea, it’s natural to be ecstatic and excited about it that you just want to blurt out all your concepts to your family and friends. It’s natural to want to tell them your ingenious idea.

By |November 22nd, 2019|Business Succession, Standard legal documents|0 Comments

What does it really mean to be a sole trader?

A sole trader is an individual who operates a business in their own name. There aren’t many legal requirements to set up as a sole trader. You can register a business name, and you’re away! If you trade under your own name

By |October 22nd, 2019|Business Succession|0 Comments

Estate Planning…

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