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Why It Is Important To Hire A Criminal Barrister in Melbourne

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Feb 16, 2018
Stepping into the Melbourne courtroom can be scary for anyone, especially if they know nothing about the millions of laws and legislations that are in place. The court room is...

Understanding the process of a ‘Collaborative Divorce’

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Feb 15, 2018
Nobody spends their life wanting to get divorced, so when it happens the consequences can be shattering. Divorce affects all members of the family, although children suffer the most as...

Facts Everyone Should Know About Child Custody

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Feb 9, 2018
Child custody, like all issues surrounding the breakdown of relationships is a highly sensitive issue. The goal of the Australian legal system is to prioritise the rights and wellbeing of...

Important Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Criminal Lawyer in Melbourne

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Feb 1, 2018
Hiring a solicitor is an important step in the success of the case. It needs to be well thought through and a wide variety of factors need to be taken...

The Best Things About an Experienced Family Lawyer

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Jan 22, 2018
When trying to find Sydney family lawyers, it’s important to know what exactly they can do for you, and how well that can do it. It’s not just enough to...

Common Traffic Offences in Melbourne

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Jan 16, 2018
It’s no secret that hundreds of traffic offences are committed everyday by Australian drivers and that throughout anyone’s driving career they are likely to pick up their fair share of...

Divorce Lawyer Rates

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Jan 13, 2018
The dissolution of a marriage can be an extremely trying time in people’s lives. Sometimes the ending of a relationship can be handled outside of the courtroom, but more often...

Divorce and Separation Lawyers, and how they can help

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Jan 9, 2018
Going through a divorce or separation can be an extremely trying time. Even though it may be a good decision in the long run, it is hard to come out...

The Most Common Myths About Criminal Law

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Jan 9, 2018
In Australia there is sometimes confusion about how the criminal justice system works. Many people wrongly assume that the legal proceedings they see on TV, especially those in America, are...

When can a will be contested?

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Jul 2, 2017
In theory, in Australia a person is free to leave their estate and goods to whomever they wish, and to exclude whomever they wish – unless they have a “moral...