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FAQs: Victorian Workcover dependency claims
If you are partner, child or supporting friend of a person who died on a Victorian worksite, you may receive compensation.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
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Five ways to save money when resolving your family law dispute
Resolving a family law dispute is an expensive and time-consuming process, that unfortunately, we may find ourselves in.
Australia
15 Aug 2019
3
Stamp duty on transferring assets of a deceased estate
How does section 63 of the Duties Act 1997 (NSW) affect the distribution of assets to beneficiaries of a deceased estate?
Australia
25 Jul 2019
4
Death tax in Australia: A reminder from the UK in family provision claims
This case shows potential delays and increased costs of family provision claims if a death tax is introduced in Australia.
Australia
25 Jul 2019
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How to finalise your financial relationship or family property settlement effectively…no short cuts allowed
Your asset pool is determined as at the date of any property settlement or Court Order, not at the date of separation.
Australia
9 Jul 2019
6
Recently or about to be married? Have you updated your Will?
A contemplation of marriage clause in your will is necessary for intentions to continue to be valid after your marriage.
Australia
3 Jul 2019
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Married at first flight – Examining the validity of overseas marriages
An overseas marriage cannot be registered in Australia but a foreign certificate is evidence that a marriage occurred
Australia
27 May 2019
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Aged Care Royal Commission – Case study
This case study concerned the physical and chemical restraint of a vulnerable man with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia.
Australia
26 May 2019
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Law Reform Commission review of anti-discrimination law
The ALRC was asked to undertake a "review of the framework of religious exemptions in anti-discrimination legislation".
Australia
26 May 2019
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Royal Commission into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability
For the purposes of the Royal Commission, "people with disability" is defined to mean people with any kind of impairment.
Australia
23 May 2019
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Makes changes to your cost affidavit in family provision claims
The requirements for costs disclosure by all parties to family provision claims is throughout Practice Note SC EQ 7.
Australia
20 May 2019
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Revisiting settlements in child abuse litigation: just and reasonable
The issue was whether it was "just and reasonable" to allow the action to claim damages for alleged child sexual abuse.
Australia
4 Apr 2019
13
The KonMarie method of de-cluttering: Minimalism is sweeping the nation
The KonMarie method of a de-cluttering, minimalistic lifestyle encourages sustainability while cleansing home and mind.
Australia
14 Mar 2019
14
Aged Care Royal Commission
Operators in the aged care industry should be preparing for dealing with the media, including particularly, social media.
Australia
13 Mar 2019
15
The Children Legislation Amendment (Information Sharing) Act 2018 (VIC)
An important feature of this Act is the Child Information Sharing Scheme (CIS Scheme), which commenced in September 2018.
Australia
7 Feb 2019
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NSW reforms organisational liability for child abuse
These recent NSW changes should ensure that there is a clearer path in civil litigation for victims of child sex abuse.
Australia
21 Jan 2019
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Wrongful birth children and assessing damages for cost of care: Australian and British jurisprudence compared
This analysis adopts a comparative approach to damages for treatment of wrongful birth cases in Australia and in the UK.
Australia
18 Jan 2019
18
The Religious Freedom Review Report recommendations regarding sex discrimination
The recommendations that garnered the most media coverage and sparked the fiercest debate are recommendations 5 and 7.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
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Permanent stay applications increase in importance with removal of limitations period for child abuse claims
Courts must balance the rights of the plaintiff and the ability of the defendant to properly respond to the allegations.
Australia
6 Dec 2018
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Gender dysphoria in Australia: The judicial response in re Kelvin
Adolescents will not have to obtain court approval for treatment if they have permission from their parents and doctors.
Australia
5 May 2018
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