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Debt Recovery of Loans Between Family Members

Debt Recovery of Loans Between Family Members

Lending money to a loved one usually feels like the right thing to do... but it's a decision that can strain even the strongest relationships. This article aims to help you navigate this tricky situation. We'll cover the importance of having a clear...

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Voluntary Conservation Covenants

Voluntary Conservation Covenants

  We are fortunate to live in an ecologically significant region, boasting three back-to-back UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. The biospheres stretch from the edges of the Sunshine Coast, through Noosa, up to K’gari and the Fraser Coast, a region of...

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Celebrating 21 Years Greenhalgh Pickard!

Celebrating 21 Years Greenhalgh Pickard!

GP turns 21! Let's reflect... Over the past 21 years, Greenhalgh Pickard has undergone remarkable transformations, navigating through dynamic market landscapes, technological advancements, and evolving client needs. Yet, amidst these changes, our...

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Child Support vs Child Maintenance in Family Law Matters

Child Support vs Child Maintenance in Family Law Matters

Parents have a financial obligation to support their children. A common concern for parents in the midst of separation or divorce is how much child support is required to be paid. Although these payments are given the blanket description of ‘child...

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No jab, no job? Employers beware.

No jab, no job? Employers beware.

In early 2024, employees of the Queensland Police Service and the Queensland Ambulance Service challenged their respective employers COVID-19 directions. These employees were successful in their actions and the directions made by their employers...

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Charged with Drink Driving on an Electric Scooter?

Charged with Drink Driving on an Electric Scooter?

Getting Charged with Drink Driving on an E-Scooter or E-bike Despite it seeming like an easier way home after a night out, there are significant laws in place regarding drink driving on an e-scooter or e-bike. Although the law does not class this in...

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Who Is Liable for Property Damage Caused by Employees?

Who Is Liable for Property Damage Caused by Employees?

In Australia, the responsibility for workplace damage depends on the individual situation. Employers are usually held responsible for damage caused by their employees during the course of their employment. However, in some situations, employees may...

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De Facto Property Settlements

De Facto Property Settlements

If you and your partner are not legally married, not related by family, and live together on a genuine domestic basis – chances are you are in a de facto relationship. [1] It is common for de facto couples to acquire property together throughout the...

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The information contained in this article is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to provide legal advice or substitute for the advice of a professional. This information does not consider your personal circumstances and may not reflect the most current legal developments. Should you need advice, please contact our firm for targeted information relating to personal your situation.