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Our clients are our #1 focus.

We will listen and work with you to reach solutions that are achievable and cost-effective. But we are not all things to all people. We are specialists in what we do.

Where we cannot provide legal advice or representation to a level you require or expect because it is not an area of law we practice in, we will provide you with a referral to a firm we know has the expertise and experience you need.

We've chosen our areas of expertise to align with what we're really good at and what we’ve learned our community most needs.

We specialise in four key areas.

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What is parental responsibility in relation to family law?

What is parental responsibility in family law matters

When discussing parenting arrangements for your child after separation, you may hear the term 'parental responsibility' being used. What does it mean? Why is it important? Does it govern the amount of time each parent spends with the child/children?
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Managing a self-managed super fund if a trustee or director loses capacity

What if I lose capacity while Trustee of my Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF)?

If a Trustee or Director of a corporate Trustee of a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund loses legal capacity to make decisions for themselves, then they will no longer be able to perform their duties as a Trustee or as a Trustee Director.
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Are handwritten changes to a Will valid?

Handwritten and other informal changes to a Will

It can be tempting to handwrite the changes a copy of the Will or even on the original, rather than going to the cost of writing a new Will. The issue is whether handwritten amendments to your Will are valid.
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Leaving gifts or money to my grandchildren in my Will

How to leave money or gifts to your grandchildren in your Will

There is certainly no problem in making a gift to grandchildren in your Will but there are a number of choices that need to be made, particularly where the grandchildren are young.
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