As the government is aiming to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 by putting new measures in place, business owners may need to take precautionary measures to reduce the impact it may have on their business and individuals may need to make some changes to their current lifestyle to stay healthy.
In the meantime, it is business as usual for us and our office hours remain the same (8.30am to 5pm weekdays).
Separation can be a challenging and emotional time. Our aim is to settle your matter amicably by Consent Orders to save both time and money. If both parties are in agreement, then the best way forward is for the agreement to be drafted, signed and filed with the Family Court of Western Australia. Once […]
By Brent Rayner Starting a new business is an exciting time. Often entrepreneurs, young and less young, are driven by the excitement of it all as well as a little bit of fear. That said, when it comes to signing the lease for the shop or premises that your new business will operate from it […]
DIY Will Kits and homemade Wills Will kits can be purchased online for as little as $31.50. Many people wonder why they would need to see a lawyer to have their Will drafted professionally if they can do it themselves. However homemade Wills can be troublesome because they may appear reasonable and clear, but in […]
Are you an Employee or a Subcontractor? Many businesses engage subcontractors as part of their workforce. A subcontractor issues invoices to the business for services rendered and is not an employee. From an employer’s point of view it is very important to ensure that a subcontracting arrangement is legitimate. If not, despite any written agreement, […]
Binding Financial Agreements A Binding Financial Agreement (also known as a BFA or a “prenup”) is an agreement between couples (married or de facto) about how property and finances will be divided should their relationship break down. Binding Financial Agreements can be entered into before, during or after a relationship or marriage has broken down. […]
What you need to know about your last Will and Testament A Will is a legal document that sets out your wishes in relation to the distribution of your estate (your real and personal assets) after you pass away. If you die without a Will (i.e. if you die (“Intestate”) your estate may not be […]