If you want to become involved in property ownership from a commercial perspective, you may have seen many opportunities in your local area. In particular, you may have noticed that a unit has become available in a shopping centre, and this looks as if it could be perfect for a specific venture. Yet why do you need to exercise particular care here, and what types of problems could you encounter?
27 October 2021
It is far from unusual for a married couple in Australia to jointly own a property. They may have gladly agreed to do so during the early days of the marriage, but unfortunately, they may no longer see eye to eye. If things have subsequently progressed to divorce, what will happen to the property? Joint Tenancy There are several ways to buy a property under joint ownership, but by far, the most common is known as a "
27 October 2021
In the movies, couples sue each other for sole custody for the slightest reason. However, this is not the case in reality. If you live in Australia, read the information below on sole custody and how a family law solicitor can help out with the issue. What Is Sole Custody? Sole custody is when a court grants one parent absolute rights to their children. Typically, people who file for sole custody fear for their children's safety when they are with their former partner.
25 August 2021
The primary reason why people write wills is to ensure that their families get clear and precise instructions on how to share property after they die. For example, if someone has a large estate, they should consider creating a will to guide the family in sharing assets. Your loved ones might have to endure tedious court battles before resolving the matter if they try to contest your will. Here are three instances when the will disputes are likely to arise and how a lawyer could help resolve them.
17 May 2021
Having a well-articulated will or estate plan eliminates disputes among your family members when you pass away. While the importance of writing the document is undeniable, you must do it per the law. Failing to do this might lead to the invalidation of your will by the probate court. When that happens, your hard-earned estates and money may end up in the wrong hands. Thus, drafting your will or estate plan correctly is quite critical.
23 February 2021