Are you a small business that employs less than 20 employees? Does your business use non-negotiable contracts with an upfront price value of less than $300,000? If you answered yes to any of either of these questions, then the new ‘unfair contract terms’ legislation may be applicable to your business.
Almost all businesses have intellectual property (IP) that needs to be protected, and as a business owner it’s important to understand how to protect your IP. However, many business owners fail to protect their IP for fear of it being complex and costly to do so.
What is Spousal Maintenance? Spousal maintenance is a payment from one former spouse to the other former spouse after separation or divorce. The purpose of spousal maintenance is to help the recipient support themselves. It is a separate payment to c [...]
What is Probate? Probate is the legal process of proving and registering in the Supreme Court the last will of a deceased person. Effectively it certifies that the will is valid and confirms the appointment of the executor. Once validated, the execut [...]
When can I apply for a divorce? Divorce is the official ending of a marriage. Broadly speaking, in Australia you can apply for a divorce when there has been an ‘irretrievable breakdown’ of the marriage. Irretrievable breakdown is demonstrated by the [...]