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Bankruptcy notices – the last resort of enforcement

16-March-2017 Commercial Disputes,Fraud and Insolvency By Mel Collins

Issuing a bankruptcy notice is often the last resort enforcement mechanism used by creditors to recover assets from a debtor. However, the knock-on effect can impact creditors and debtors alike. Streeterlaw Senior Solicitor Mr Evatt Styles said the...

Tips to reduce the risk of employment disputes

11-March-2017 Commercial Disputes By Mel Collins

Owners of small to medium-sized enterprises who wish to protect their businesses from internal work disputes with their employees must establish a process that creates clear and concise job descriptions and employee agreements. Streeterlaw Senior...

How is property divided at the end of a de facto relationship?

Family Law,Property By Mel Collins

While de facto relationships are like marriage; and the law treats them in a similar way concerning parenting and property distribution, the intention behind entering into a de facto relationship is widely variable, and this impacts the treatment of a...

Child support – everything you need to know

blog,Family Law By Mel Collins

Everything you need to know about how to apply, challenge or opt out of a Child Support Assessment Child support is a particularly sensitive topic for parents involved in the process, as few people are satisfied with the level of support they either...

Does a short relationship make any difference in a property settlement decision?

10-March-2017 Family Law By Mel Collins

Generally speaking, Family Law considers a relationship as ‘short’ if lasts less than five years. As with every property matter, however, the distribution of assets, superannuation and liabilities depends on the individual circumstances of the...

Social media tips for separating parents

29-January-2017 Family Law By Mel Collins

By Simone Green The widespread use of social media has presented new opportunities and challenges for people experiencing family separation and/or parenting disputes, and can frequently change the nature of evidence in the family courts. Family Law...

Revenge porn perpetrators to be criminally prosecuted in NSW

16-December-2016 Fraud and Insolvency,General By Mel Collins

The widespread use of smartphones and social media has led to an increasing number of cases of ‘revenge porn’ in recent years. Revenge porn is the term used for the internet distribution (usually via texting or social media, eg. Instagram,...

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