How to Get a Child Support Agreement Modified

It's never easy to ensure that children are suitably cared for in the event of their parent's separation. In fact, it can take quite a while to make sure that proper arrangements are made for their financial future and that the parent charged with the main responsibility of looking after them has the right amount of cash to do so. Initially, this may cause both parties to sign a binding support agreement, but sometimes circumstances change in the years ahead. Read More 

Beyond Possessions and Assets: Four Other Cases Where You Should Contact a Probate Lawyer

Many people think that they only need the help of a probate lawyer if they have significant assets and they want to write a will. However, even if you just have moderate assets or even not much at all, there are key cases where you may want to schedule some time with a probate lawyer. Here are four signs you may want to schedule a consultation. 1. You Have Children Read More 

Need a Solicitor? How to Figure Out Your Likely Costs Involved

Life can be unpredictable and occasionally you will be presented with a legal challenge that you weren't expecting. You have to calculate how you're going to deal with this and will likely have to bring in the services of a good solicitor. If you've never been in this position before, you may be confused about what it's likely to cost you. How are charges handled in the Australian legal system and what do you need to know? Read More 

3 Steps to Take When Under Arrest for Assault

Even if you are a peace-loving person, you may one day find yourself in a physical altercation, particularly if you've been drinking or if you are in a distressed emotional state. If you are involved in a fight, you may soon find yourself at a police station facing an assault or breach of the peace charge. Below is a guide to three things you should do if you find yourself in this situation. Read More 

A Few Things to Discuss With a Divorce Lawyer When You Make Your First Call

When you call a divorce lawyer, you may be very angry and emotional and not thinking of what should actually be discussed about your impending divorce. You also may be so quick to dissolve your marriage that you aren't considering the best way to approach your divorce in order to protect yourself, your rights, and your property. Note a few things you want to discuss with a divorce lawyer when you make your first call so you ensure the best success with the entire process. Read More