Reasons To Hire A Family Lawyer When Adopting

Your family lawyer is a reliable partner when you intend to adopt a child. Usually, child adoption is an intensive process in most jurisdictions; hence legal representation would come in handy. This piece details how a family lawyer can help you as you plan an adoption.  Assessing Your Eligibility   Not everyone qualifies to adopt a child in Australia. According to the law, eligible applicants must be at least 18 years. If you are a married couple that intends to adopt in Australia, your union should have lasted for at least three years. Read More 

Commercial Leases: 3 Ways a Lawyer Can Help You

If you are a business owner planning to lease commercial space, there are many things for you to consider when it comes to your lease. You need to ensure that you are getting the best deal possible and not signing any contracts that will be detrimental to your business. A lawyer can help you with all of this and more. This blog post explores three ways a lawyer can help you manage your commercial leases. Read More 

Be Prepared to Redo Your Estate Planning After You Immigrate to Australia

If you're a U.S. resident or citizen who is making the leap to living in Australia permanently, you've got a lot of work ahead of you. It's all doable, but write down everything lest you forget, because you're going to find that more and more of your life needs to be redone and restructured. Estate planning is one of these areas. Even if you don't intend to change beneficiaries, you have to be sure that your estate planning documents are legal under Australian law. Read More 

Gathering Evidence for a Car Accident Claim

When you find yourself in a car accident, it can feel scary regardless of how bad the damage is. At some stage, you may want to make a claim to recover costs for damage to your vehicle, your property and yourself. Successfully completing a car accident claim usually means meeting certain standards of evidence. Here is what you may need to look for. Other Driver's Details The key starting point for any claim is to have the other driver's details. Read More