The following articles have the tag legal
Did you know that superannuation is a divisible asset?
Compensation sought after Optus publishes personal details of 50,000 customers in massive privacy breach.
Arty wants to know if he can create a will without the help of a ...
An ageing population and aged care concerns may lead to more family care arrangements.
Jack made his will several years ago and thinks it may be in need of ...
Law firm Maurice Blackburn has launched a class action against the National Australia Bank.
Beware of offers to withdraw your superannuation early, and illegally.
Estate planning expert Rod Cunich answers your questions about power of attorney powers.
Gordon Legal launches groundbreaking class action against robo-debt.
Superannuation fund facing class action over payments to financial advisers.
Finally, a watchdog with real bite chases makers of well-known products to court.
Poll reveals massive support for voluntary assisted dying legislation.
Lawyer Rod Cunich explains what you need to know when sorting your affairs
Cruise ships are a place for relaxation, but what happens when things go awry?
Amy wants to know if she needs to make a will to have her wishes ...
Jim wants to know about the paperwork required to complete for his health-care directive.
Fighting a parking fine may not be a lost cause – if you follow this ...
Avoiding these top five estate planning mistakes could save a lot of hassle.
Legal expert Rod Cunich outlines the pros and cons of being a guarantor.
A Facebook user has been convicted of defamation for 'liking' a post.
What can Jane do about her parents’ refusal to have the correct legal paperwork?
Stories about Sam Armytage have reached fever pitch, but really, enough is enough.
Choosing someone to be responsible for your financial plan is a big decision.
These 10 steps may give you the best chance of surviving separation.
Slater & Gordon’s online estate planning self-assessment will assist you.
How well have you planned?
Legal expert Rod Cunich explains how trusts work and who should use one.
We often read sensational stories about wills being challenged.
Writing a will never features highly on to-do lists but this could be a mistake.
Does Kate have any legal way of finding out if she has been disinherited?
Telstra has been fined $102,000 for a misleading iPhone 6 advertisement.
New anti-terror laws are expected to pass the senate before the end of the week. ...
The ACCC has found tech giant Apple to be in breach of Australia’s consumer laws.
It’s often the little things that bring you unstuck and your family into conflict.
Testamentary trusts are trusts created pursuant to your will once you pass away.
Address your unique considerations.
It’s not just loss of mental capacity due to the ageing process that you need ...
We don't find our own mortality something we can easily discuss with family.
Perhaps you offered to deal with a seemingly simple bureaucratic matter on behalf of ...
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