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What is arbitration and how can it help you with your family law matter? This is an important question that nobody knows to ask. Before that question is answered, it is important to keep in mind that the waiting times for couples to have a trial in the Family Court

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A certificate of title is an official legal document that provides evidence of land ownership. It includes a description of the land, the name of the owner(s), how they own the land (i.e., as tenants in common or joint tenants) and details about any encumbrances on the land, such as

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Will my family lawyer sign my previously prepared binding financial agreement at the first appointment? It is a question that gets frequently asked when talking to a family lawyer about a binding financial agreement prepared by your partner’s lawyer or your ex-partner’s lawyer. The answer is usually no. Why all

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Hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate their homes in West Australia’s Kimberley region amid what has been labeled the State’s “worst floods”. It is expected that rebuilding everything that has been damaged could take months. This article will discuss what part insurance plays in recovering from a natural

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  The federal government announced a ‘mandatory code of conduct’ of small and medium enterprise commercial leasing principles during Covid-19 (the “Code”), a copy of which is available here. The Code applies to all retail, office and industrial commercial leases where the lessee is an ‘eligible business’ – that is,

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