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Can I change the locks?
in Family Law by Mairead Melia on
“Can I change the locks?” – This must be one of the most common questions addressed by any family lawyer.
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Call for urgent statutory reform regarding children with gender dysphoria
in Family Law by Slater and Gordon on
Gender dysphoria is a condition in which a child feels their identity and gender are not matched with his or her biological sex.
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Lottery winnings – Who keeps the cash?
in Family Law by Laura Muccitelli on
You’ve won the jackpot and the cash is yours to keep, right? Not always. Not if you’re in a relationship that’s unfortunately gone awry.
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5 reasons to get your affairs in order in 2017
in Estate Planning by Rhiannon Harrison on
This post highlights some important reasons why you should have a Will and, if you do, why it might be a good time to review it.
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10 lesser known Australian road rules
in Compensation Law by on
As you get back to routine, and behind the wheel, we encourage you to brush up on these road rules listed below.
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Beware of the 6 year claim period for plumbers insurance
in Consumer & the Law by Robert Auricchio on
Slater and Gordon have noticed a trend in the defective workmanship claims where the plumber has failed to properly undertake plumbing works.
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Pet-nups
in Family Law by Steven Edward on
One of the hardest problems to solve at the end of a relationship or marriage can be who gets to keep the pet cat or dog.
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How to get a Tasmanian restricted driver licence
in Compensation Law by Henry Pill on
It’s no secret that losing your driver’s licence can create hardship in your work, personal and family life. In some circumstances, a restricted driver license might go some way to easing this hardship. 
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The Financial Ombudsman Service: How it really works
in Business Law by on
Instead of marching straight to court, the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) provides an accessible and alternative method of resolving disputes between consumers or businesses and financial service providers who are members of FOS.
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Accessing Government Information
in Business Law by Diana Young on
Freedom of Information (FOI) laws in Australia allow people to access certain documents held by government agencies and ministers. There are however a number of exemptions regarding the information that can be obtained under FOI legislation.
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