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If you are concerned that your ex-partner may take your child overseas without your consent, then you may wish to place your child on the Family Law Watchlist to avoid the risk of abduction. The Family Law Watchlist (previously known as the Airport Watchlist) is a national program which operates at an international level and […]

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When NSW Police receive a complaint or information about an offence, they will usually start their investigations. During their investigations police will decide on whether there is enough evidence to lay charges against an accused person. Police will also identify the time and type of the alleged offence. In NSW criminal offences are usually divided […]

What is Land Tax?

Land tax is an annual tax payable at the end of each calendar year on properties that are above the land tax threshold. It is calculated on the combined value of all properties owned by you. If the total value does not exceed the land tax threshold, no land tax is payable. The Valuer General […]

No one wants to buy a property with underlying issues. As appealing as a house may be, there may be pests, defects, or even harmful substances such as asbestos that may go unnoticed. It is our strong recommendation that a pest and building inspection be carried out by a licenced and insured inspector, prior to […]

Did you know that your divorce can affect your will? In NSW, divorce will revoke the provisions of a will that provides for any assets distributed to your ex-partner. Further, if you have appointed your ex-partner as an executor or trustee in your will, this will also be revoked. The above will not apply if […]

The Self-drive feature is also known as driverless car or robo-car. Most electric vehicles have inbuilt visual display units where you can enter your destination and select the self-drive feature. The self-drive feature senses its environment and moves safely with little or no human input. It identifies navigation paths, obstacles, and signage. So, can I be fined? […]

When a court finds you guilty of either a mid-range, high-range, or repeated or related drink driving offences there is now a mandatory scheme requiring the person to enter the Alcohol Interlock Program. Once your disqualification period ends, a condition of the court order is you are then required to obtain an interlock licence and […]

The riding of private Electric Scooters or E-Scooters on a public street is currently illegal in New South Wales. They are legal in Victoria, the ACT, Northern Territory and Tasmania. However, from July 2022 an electric scooter scheme is being trialled in NSW at certain locations and is expected to last for 12 months but […]

A will is your final act that ensures your assets are protected and distributed according to your wishes. No one wants to leave behind a will only to find out that it is invalid. Not only does this cause disputes and significant stress to your loved ones, but it may ultimately cost your estate thousands […]

Do you have cold feet about your recent property purchase? Keep reading to find out how you, as a property buyer, can pull out from the deal after you have signed the contract of sale without any major legal or financial implications. In New South Wales, when buying residential property, buyers are provided with a […]