3 things you need to know about workers compensation law

If you have been injured while at work, as part of your commute or in another way which is linked to your job (for example if you have contracted a disease whilst at work), it is easy to feel angry, scared and upset. What is much harder is how you an go about doing something to get your life back together. The emotional toll and the impact on your friends, family and loved ones can be very high.   Read More...

Questions to Ask a Conveyancer Law Firm

The journey of real estate transactions can easily get complex for any buyer who's looking to purchase a property, or any seller looking to fetch a good price in the open market. Once a willing buyer and willing seller meet, the journey towards completing the property transfer is only halfway complete. Coveyancing is an important process that covers the transfer of property ownership from a buyer to a seller. There is often a lot of legal jargon and paperwork that governs property and ownership transfer, and a conveyancer law firm can help buyers and sellers navigate through this quagmire.   Read More...

Wills and Estate Planning: Understanding the Best Solutions for Blended Families

Estate planning and making wills can be a complicated process for individuals with blended families. In general, you should understand some critical things when making your will before or after remarriage. Your old document will be cancelled by the union unless it was written with the marriage in mind. Divorce does not invalidate wills. However, the ex-spouse will not receive the gifts outlined, and they cannot act as the executors of the will.   Read More...

3 Critical Roles That a Conveyancing Solicitor Can Perform While Acting on Behalf of Home Buyers

Finding the perfect home to start and/or raise your family is a great feeling, but getting the keys to the home is far more gratifying. A conveyancing solicitor is a legal professional that specialises in conveyancing — the process of transferring legal ownership of property from the seller to the buyer. These professionals can perform a number of important roles necessary to ensure that your home buying transaction is done properly and goes smoothly.   Read More...

When Your Estate is Big: Why Having a Will Matters

When you have a large estate that includes significant assets, writing a will is a necessary piece of your overall estate planning. If you die without a will, how your assets are given out, and the fighting that can ensue among your family members, can become a logistical nightmare. When you don't have a will in place to give away your assets to heirs that you assign, your estate can end up stuck in probate court for years while potential heirs wait for their inheritance.   Read More...