For hundreds of years now, the typical Australian has been fully protected when working for an employer. This protection derives from a compensation scheme originally based on British law from the 19th-century, but it has been modified step-by-step along the way by the government to account for risks as they emerge. However, these risks have taken on even more unusual shapes, and forms and challenges abound in the workplace of today.
Going through a separation is difficult enough, but when there are children involved it can complicate matters. The question of the right of access to a child will be decided by the Court. If you are currently fighting for the right to have access to your child, here are 4 things you should know. You do not have the legal right to see your child It is a common misconception that every parent has the legal right to see their own child.
A deceased estate can be difficult to handle, but the process can be easier if you know a few details involved with how such estates are managed after someone passes away. This estate means not just their property and bank accounts but also credit cards and loans as well. Note a few factors to remember about a deceased estate in Australia and then discuss your concerns with a lawyer specializing in such estates, if you still need assistance.
The world has become a global village with most people establishing links in other parts of the world. As such, the acquisition of property is inevitable, especially individuals who have relocated to their preferred destinations. However, it is a challenge for foreigners to acquire property due to a myriad of laws and other requirements in Australia. In fact, the rules have been changed making it even harder for foreigners to buy property in Australia with the enactment of stiffer laws.
When you plan to buy an investment property, it's logical to run the numbers by computing the expected return as well as evaluating the probable risk. When you want to buy a piece of real estate with existing occupants, the occupants themselves are one of the risk factors. While some occupants are prompt in making rental payments, some actually never pay. So how can you lower your exposure to this form of tenant risk?