Facts About No-Fault Divorce

The historical fault system of divorce meant that married couples could only separate if one party proved that the other partner's actions caused an irredeemable breakdown of the union. Therefore, even couples who agreed to divorce amicably had to fabricate faults such as adultery or violence. Unfortunately, the old system made divorce adversarial if you consider that it often resulted in favourable outcomes regarding property settlement for the 'not at fault' party. [Read More]

What Should You Do If You Have Been Injured in an Accident with an E-Scooter?

As you may have noticed, e-scooters are becoming ever more prevalent in Australian society. The technology is relatively new, but the scooters themselves are very fashionable, so many of them are being bought for younger people at Christmas time or as a birthday present. Unfortunately, the growing number of scooters in your area may lead to issues, especially when there is a collision of some kind. What do you need to know if you've been involved in an altercation with one of these scooters and have been injured as a consequence? [Read More]

What Will a Conveyancing Lawyer Help With When You're Buying Property?

If you are ready to purchase one or more pieces of property, then you are obviously going to need to have the property conveyed over to your name. You probably want to handle every step of the conveyancing process properly, so instead of doing it alone, you'll probably want to hire a conveyancing lawyer. These are some of the things a conveyancing lawyer can help with when you're buying property. [Read More]

Family Legal Services: 3 Mistakes That Might Affect the Outcome of Your Child Custody Case

Fighting for child custody is one of the critical aspects of a divorce process because it determines how you will relate with your kids going forward. But when going through a child custody case, the decisions you make can help you get an advantage or lose it altogether. Therefore, you must be careful all through the litigation to avoid making mistakes that may affect the outcome. Read on to learn some of the mistakes that can affect your child custody case: [Read More]