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8 September 2020

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Categories: Criminal Law, Podcasts

  In this podcast, Criminal Lawyer, Daniel Hannay discusses what is grievous body harm and what are the penalties that apply if found guilty of such an offence. TRANSCRIPT Dan If you’ve been charged with Grievous Bodily Harm, sometimes referred to as GBH. It’s likely you have plenty of questions. To answer them, I’m with […]

5 September 2020

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Categories: Family Law, Podcasts

In this podcast, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Yvonne Cox discusses how assets are divided in a divorce in Australia. TRANSCRIPT Dan You’re listening to a Harris Lieberman podcast, if you separated or are contemplating separation,  it may well be likely that you’ve heard from someone that when it comes to a property settlement, invariably there […]

5 September 2020

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Categories: Family Law, Mediation

Imagine a world where everyone could simply agree to disagree. Picture a world where people could resolve disagreements, arguments, or disputes without all the dramas. How different it would be. Among other things, there would probably be no need for lawyers, judges or courts. Accordingly, there would be little need for litigation, arbitration, or even […]

24 August 2020

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Categories: Employment Law

These are tough times. There is no doubt about it. Sadly some businesses may not survive them. This is especially true of businesses that were experiencing financial difficulties prior to the coronavirus pandemic. So what happens if your employer closed? How do you get your entitlements? Keep reading to find out. Business liquidation In many […]

24 August 2020

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Categories: Property Law

When it comes to real estate transactions in New South Wales, a deal is a deal and time is money. That is why contracts usually include stipulations pertaining to a Notice to Complete. But what does that mean? Keep reading to find out. The basics As a rule, parties engaged in the purchase or sale […]

9 August 2020

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Categories: Estate Litigation

The ongoing saga of litigation concerning the famed artist, the late John Olsen has taken another new turn this week with the artist launching another legal action to have his estranged stepdaughter to give him (his estate) the money from the sale of Southern Highlands estate reportedly worth over two million dollars. Where Did this […]

7 August 2020

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Categories: Family Law

Australia’s Family Law Act treats de facto relationships in much the same way as marriage. Since March 2009, the Family Court has had the power to deal with property and maintenance matters when a de facto relationship breaks down, adjusting the property interests of the ex-partners in the same way as it would for a [...]

7 August 2020

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by: Developer Account

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Categories: Family Law

In a perfect world, there would be no separation or divorce.  As we all know, however, the world is far from perfect. So sadly, divorce is the reality for thousands of Australians. In fact, more than 49,000 Australians got divorced in 2018. For those faced with this reality, the emotions involved can — and often […]

7 August 2020

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by: Developer Account

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Categories: Family Law

Here’s the thing about splitting up. Even if the reason for your separation was fairly straight forward and you are on decent terms, you may find life is complicated. In most cases this is because you must still make certain decisions about children and the division of property. You may also need to find a […]