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After 18 years in the role, Morry Bailes AM is changing tack to take on a strategic consulting role within the firm. Long time Partner, Gary Allison will take on the mantle of Managing Partner as of 1 July. We take this opportunity to thank Morry and congratulate Gary.
We are delighted to announce...
For most of us, our homes are where we feel safe and secure. For others, a home is a hostile place where safety is not a certainty and where protecting oneself and our family is a daily struggle.
It’s a day by day ritual of walking on eggshells to keep the peace and never knowing what slightest act or word will trigger...
Have you received a letter from Revenue SA about land tax changes? If you have don't ignore it.
Recent national headlines following the tragic story of South Australian woman Ann Marie Smith have left many feeling horrified and helpless.
Ms Smith was found in deplorable conditions, having been abandoned for days to slowly perish, sitting upright in her squalid chair. Ms Smith suffered multi-organ failure as a result of...
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic the legal profession found itself in a position where it needed to change its systems and embrace technology to continue to operate effectively.
Courts and Tribunals across the State each introduced new processes to support the transition to a virtual court room. This meant lawyers were...
Separation and all the challenges that follow are daunting, regardless of the stage of life you may be in. It is incredibly easy to become consumed by the emotional turmoil of the situation, which inturn can also make it hard to decipher what to do next, who you should speak with and where you seek help from. These are basic...
You’re separated but not divorced … do you know that your ex may still receive your assets upon your death?
If you are dealing with a separation from your spouse, the last thing you may be thinking about is updating your Will. However this may be the most important time to consider your estate planning.
If you do not...
In these unprecedented times it is not unusual to think about our own frailties and those of the important people in our life. We start to consider what would happen if we became unwell and needed someone to assist with managing our health and financial welfare. What if we needed to take care of such matters for our loved...
For separated families the additional stress and uncertainty brought about by COVID-19 has added an unwanted layer of complexity to resolving care arrangements and finalising property settlements.Now more than ever is the time to seek specialised family law advice to cut through complexity created by COVID-19.