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4 Considerations When Claiming for Insurance After an Injury

Injuries may sometimes strike at your place of work. If you've suffered an injury at your workplace, you may be eligible for workers' compensation insurance. But it can be a tad difficult following the right processes when you don't actually know what they are. Consider these factors when claiming for insurance after an injury at your workplace. Give All Details but Avoid Making any Legal Statements It's important that you provide all details of the injury to the on-call doctor but avoid making any legal statements to the investigator ahead of time. Read More 

Are You Ready to be An Executor?

You may have been asked by a close friend or relative to be the executor of their estate. While being honoured with the offer of this position of trust and dependability, you may also be apprehensive about the responsibility and a little uncertain about the duties required. This easy guide will help you learn more about the role and obligations of an executor and give you some essential background as you decide to take on this significant commitment. Read More 

Fighting for Child Visitation Rights: 4 Things You Can Do

If you have decided to divorce your wife, you may be very concerned about maintaining your rights to access your children. Your rights as a father will be largely determined by the outcome of the divorce. During a divorce, various negotiations will take place between the two parties. However, these negotiations can be challenging due to the emotions which are generated when you end a long-term relationship. Below is a guide to some of the things you can do which will help you maintain contact with your children after the divorce. Read More 

Avoiding Property Disputes Prior to Selling Your Home

In some cases, a property dispute may be bubbling under the surface waiting to happen. You may have made some changes to your property such as constructed a fence, planted a tree or designed a kerb that infringed on your neighbour's land. At the time of selling your home, such disputes are bound to spring to life and complicate the sales process. In addition, potential buyers of your home will most certainly shy away from the purchase if they know they are walking into trouble. Read More 

Why a Lotto Win Can Be a Double-Edged Sword During Separation

Money can often be a cause of significant arguments between two sensible people. Unfortunately, it can trigger arguments between married couples that lead to separation and divorce. As if this wasn't bad enough, an unexpected "windfall" can come along while a dispute is working its way through legal channels and make things even more complex. If you or your former partner have recently won the lottery or received a significant and unexpected lump sum, how is this likely to affect negotiations? Read More 

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Managing the school's legal risks

When you work in a school it is very important to find a balance between legal risks and the desire to create a fun and vibrant atmosphere for our students. The law in this area is always changing and it's important to stay up to date with any changes. This blog has some resources for school administrators who want more information on legal risks for schools as well as some tips on how to find more information. I hope it will help demystify the area of school legal risk and be a useful starting point for any questions you might have.

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4 Considerations When Claiming for Insurance After an Injury
14 May 2018

Injuries may sometimes strike at your place of wor

Are You Ready to be An Executor?
7 May 2018

You may have been asked by a close friend or relat

Fighting for Child Visitation Rights: 4 Things You Can Do
26 March 2018

If you have decided to divorce your wife, you may

Avoiding Property Disputes Prior to Selling Your Home
20 February 2018

In some cases, a property dispute may be bubbling

Why a Lotto Win Can Be a Double-Edged Sword During Separation
8 January 2018

Money can often be a cause of significant argument