The Family Law Amendment
Property Settlement after Family Separation
What are some of the things to be aware of regarding your property rights after you go through a family separation
Things To Consider
I often provide advice to clients who are just going into business. It is important to lay the right corporate foundation for your business before you actually start trading. There are many things to consider along that climb to successful trading.
Sole Proprietorship/Partnership And Business Names
Most businesses are operated...
You are in trouble and the police are coming. What are your rights when you get arrested?
What is the definition of an Arrest?
There are four components involved:
a seizure or touching of a person’s body
followed by words such as "you are under arrest"
the person’s submission to the compulsion...
This article is based on information provided by the State Revenue Department.
person acquiring an existing business is required to pay Stamp Duty when goodwill and/or other certain property is acquired where:
(a) the acquisition is evidenced by a written contract for sale of business between parties; or
(b) there is no written...
What is a Public Notary? by Dan Qing Yu
A public notary is an officer whose job is to attest, witness and certify deeds, affidavits, statutory declarations, wills, contracts and other documents.
In WA public notaries are divided into 2 categories – general public notaries and district public notaries. General notaries...
Sub-contractor or Employee?
Frequently, in our practice, we encounter situations where employers have classified certain workers as sub-contractors, and arranged their affairs around this classification. This would include not arranging for workers' compensation premiums, superannuation, and PAYE tax.
If a worker has signed a document and agreed to be classified as a...
What do you do when you are served with a subpoena?
You are the star witness!!!. How to make sure you do not put your foot in your mouth.
What is a subpoena?
A subpoena is a court document ordering you to attend Court at a specified date and time to give evidence...