We've all seen those memes on social media that say something to the effect of "If I die, don't worry about my doctor, someone please delete my internet history". While hilarious (and making you wonder what exactly your friends are in to) there is a valid point to all of this, and that is making … Continue reading Living & Dying In The Digital Age
I wanted to write another social media themed post to tie up this little thread I appear to be on lately. This time around however I’d like to focus on the way Facebook seems to be changing the way family law operates in Australia in regard to pre-nuptial agreements. Of course this is a very … Continue reading Love In The Time Of Facebook
I’ve been asked several times about whether or not an employer is able to make changes to an established position description, and what a worker’s rights are if this should happen. This is something that I have heard of happening far more than I would have expected and often without any consultation with the employee. … Continue reading This wasn’t what I signed up for!!!
Now that it would appear that I have learned where in my internet favourites to find the link to my blog, I’d like to attempt my next trick…….to tackle wills and estates. Now this is an extremely in-depth area of the law for which entire libraries of books have been written – I personally have … Continue reading Where there’s a will……
So it’s obvious to anyone reading that there has been a noticeable absence in my postings. Something to the tune of about two years in fact. The reason for this is that I thought it would be a world of fun for two years to work like a beaver with a coffee addiction and a … Continue reading Knowing Your Basic Legal Rights
A few months ago I took on a full time work experience position at a suburban general legal practice which may explain why my blog posts have been a little thin on the ground lately. Among the many things my firm specialises in, there is a great deal of conveyancing work that comes through the … Continue reading The subtle skills of property law
In my latest entry, I’d like to cover a recent Queensland case, which has far reaching implications in the area of family law - especially when it comes to the status of children. Anyone even slightly involved in the legal profession may have already guessed that the case I am speaking of is A & B … Continue reading So Just Who Is The Daddy?