Coleman Greig Lawyers
Clarification of child support payments, non-agency child support & prescribed payments.
Cooper Grace Ward
For those trusts that made a family trust election (FTE), getting trust distributions wrong can have major implications.
As the defendant son brought the claims, he was ordered to pay the costs of the contested probate legal proceedings.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Whether a monetary advance from parents to a child is a loan or a gift often can only be decided on a case-by-case basis.
Stacks Law Firm
Due to the pandemic, the NSW government has introduced a way for lawyers to witness critical documents over video link.
Recent family law case looked into the difference between the cancellation of a call, and a call that has gone unanswered.
Cooper Grace Ward
Recent case provides guidance for parents who have children that fly interstate for changeover during this pandemic.
Queensland wills, enduring powers of attorney and advance health directives can now be witnessed via video conference.
O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP
A Canadian estate with U.S. connections can face complications due to the presence of any one of a number of factors.
Clark Wilson LLP
Estate planning has been on many people's minds during the pandemic. Undoubtedly, the pandemic gives many of us the opportunity to reflect and makes many of us appreciate that we are not invincible, and we need to be prepared.
Pallett Valo LLP
You've built a business plan for success. Now, it's time to build an estate plan for succession.
The Divorce Act of 1985 is getting its first substantial update since coming into force.
McLennan Ross LLP
Budget 2018 announced, and Budget 2019 confirmed, that trust reporting requirements are changing in 2021. While it may have felt far away at the time, 2021 is now almost upon us.
In May 2018 Bill C-78 Act to Amend the Divorce Act as well as the Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act and Garnishment, Attachment and Pension Diversion Act and make consequential amendments to another Act was introduced to Parliament.
Torkin Manes LLP
A global recession, soaring unemployment rates and an uncertain timeline for recovery are among the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the family law world, the ramifications are obvious.
Devry Smith Frank LLP
Does COVID-19 mean that separated parents should not let the children see the other parent? Does the coronavirus crisis justify breaching court orders?
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
Keeping in mind the fact that most wills begin with the declaration that this is "the last will and testament" of its maker as well as all the other related formalities and requisites for its validity...
Se séparer de son conjoint quand on vit à l'étranger peut être une proposition intimidante. Pour les expatriés français vivant a londrès, devoir naviguer un système juridique différent dans une...
Ogier in Guernsey have launched an online wills portal, providing a simple, step-by-step way for Islanders to provide the team with the information they need to draft a simple will.
Carey Olsen has appointed wills and inheritance specialist Elizabeth Le Guillou as a senior associate in its Jersey trusts and private wealth practice.