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Safety, Products and Liability: A Legal Blog

Welcome to my blog. This blog is dedicated to helping anyone who is currently in the midst of a liability issue. A few years ago, my daughter contracted listeria due to poorly packaged food. She, thankfully, was okay, but we still took her case to court. I want all families who have been affected by liability issues to understand their rights, so I decided to start this blog. My beautiful daughter is now 17 and preparing to start uni next year. I have three younger children as well and an amazing husband. Thank you for reading my blog. Please share my posts if they help you!

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Safety, Products and Liability: A Legal Blog

2021

When the End of a De Facto Relationship Is More Like a Divorce

You end a relationship by simply breaking up with the other person (ideally as kindly as possible). You end a marriage by filing for divorce, once the necessary criteria for divorce have been met. But how do you end a de facto relationship?  Together But Unmarried The Australian Family Law Act of 1975 defines a de facto relationship as two people (who are not family) living together on a genuine domestic basis without being married.

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Conveyancer

Many Australians will hire conveyancers when they need to buy or sell their properties. Besides handling the legalities of buying or selling the property, did you know your conveyancer can offer a wide range of other services? Below is an article on how to get the most out of your conveyancer.  Ask For Real Estate Advice A mistake made by most buyers is hiring the conveyancer when it's too late. You should hire your conveyancer before making an offer on the property.

What Should You Know About Estate Planning?

An estate is the total value of your real possessions. These comprise both assets and liabilities, such as houses, businesses, investments like shares, pensions, life insurance, art, cars, debt, etc. Estate planning involves the creation of an estate plan, which includes documents that highlight how your estate is to be managed in the unfortunate event that you become incapacitated or die. Here are some important things you need to note about estate planning: