Trainees can provide a welcome addition to your workplace, but their employment conditions are highly regulated. If you are considering hiring a trainee, the employment type options are more limited … [Read more...] about I want to hire a casual trainee
Under section 611 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), the rule generally is that each party pays their own costs associated with the conciliation. This means that if you obtain a settlement at the … [Read more...] about Costs in a Fair Work Commission conciliation conference
What is workplace bullying? ‘Bullying’ means persistent and repeated negative or unreasonable behaviour directed at an employee or employees by one or more people that creates a risk to health and … [Read more...] about Workplace bullying
If your employer wants you to work or you are already working casual hours and you are a trainee, your employer is not following the law. The Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) led to the introduction of the … [Read more...] about Can I be a casual trainee?
Yes you can exclude someone from your Will. We understand that life events may result in conflict between yourself and someone close to you. Maybe you don’t want to include someone in your Will … [Read more...] about I want to exclude someone from my Will, is this possible?
If you are wishing to discuss a financial/property settlement, we would normally ask that you bring the following to your appointment: Information on yourself, your former spouse and your children … [Read more...] about What should I bring to my first family law appointment?
After you have worked out the asset pool and assessed the contributions made by each of you, the next step in the four step process is to consider the future needs of each person. Please see our … [Read more...] about Working out your future needs – the third step in a family law property division
After working out the asset pool, the next step in a family law property division is an assessment of the contributions made to the asset pool. Please see our blog about the asset pool … [Read more...] about What are ‘financial contributions’? The second step in a family law property division
The first step to a family law financial settlement is to work out the asset pool. The asset pool takes into account all sources of income, all assets and debts, superannuation and any financial … [Read more...] about What assets and debts are included in a family law financial settlement?
Sadly, when a marriage or relationship breakdown, it is not just the people in the relationship whose needs have to be considered. One of the most difficult issues to navigate can be the care of … [Read more...] about What happens to our pets when we separate?