Why Property Settlement Day Is Now Less Daunting

31 December 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Some industries have been a little slower than others in trying to embrace the digital revolution. Yet, in the past few years, the real estate business has finally signed onto the virtual world, as lawmakers sought to streamline the process involved in buying and selling a property. Up until this time, it was felt to be too much of a "risk" to engage in anything other than a face-to-face transaction, but today there are techniques in place to remove that last objection. Read More 

Why You Are Always Protected When You Step Outside Your House

16 November 2018
 Categories: , Blog

Some people are unfortunate enough to suffer from a condition that causes them to become very anxious or feel a sense of dread, whenever they are in a public place. This is known as agoraphobia and is very unpleasant, but most people are able to walk around in such a public environment without too much consternation.  However, it pays to be as aware as possible and to look out for potential danger, because the repercussions can often be difficult to deal with. Read More 

How to Engage the Children More Effectively When Parents Separate

24 September 2018
 Categories: , Blog

Most well-meaning parents will be horrified if their relationship starts to dissolve, as they have the first interests of the children at heart. If they can see that the outcome is inevitable, they may invariably try to shield the youngsters from most of the detail, as if this will somehow soften the blow. While this may be laudable from an emotional point of view, it may not be the best approach in this situation. Read More 

How to Fight a Charge of Resisting Arrest

30 July 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most people want to go through life without too much drama, as everything is so much easier if it is predictable. Yet sometimes circumstances beyond your control can lead to an unpredictable outcome and potentially traumatic events. Imagine what would happen if you were arrested in connection with a particular crime and had absolutely nothing to do with it. Would you protest your innocence loudly and risk being charged with resisting arrest? Read More 

How Property Can Be Divided after a De Facto Relationship Breaks down

29 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Nobody ever expects a relationship to break down when they first enter into it, but sadly it's all too common in the world today. Sometimes, these breakdowns happen after many years of being together, and this can create several layers of complexity due to the "intermingling" of assets between the parties. If you're in this unfortunate position and are now looking to try and segregate everything, what do you need to know about the legal requirements? Read More