Media & Blog Posts
Sadly having a child does not come easily to all would-be parents and for many reasons surrogacy can be the only option after a long and costly road of medical testing and fertility treatments.
Up until 31 October 2019 Part 2B of the Family Relationships Act 1975 (SA) provided the legislative framework for Surrogacy in South...
As a commercial landlord, there are strict rules around ending your lease arrangement with your lessee that you must abide by if you want to move them out in a timely manner.
Perhaps you have a new tenant lined up?
Or plans for the property that require your current lessee to move?
Whatever your intention as the landlord, if...
As someone in my 30’s, the reasons I have heard from close friends, family and clients as to why they don’t have a will all seem to follow a similar trend – either they think they are too young or they don’t believe they need a will just yet.
“I am still young”, “It is something to think about when...
There has been a whirlwind of media over the past two years about the family law system and the need for reform. However, those who are not familiar with the system or savvy about the legal process are probably left asking themselves, what on earth is this all about? Well, I’m here to tell you that it is actually quite...
With times changing at businesses across the nation, the Adelaide Football Club should consider how long it can effectively shut members out of its boardroom, argues TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
Read the full column here.
First things first, what is a trust? A trust is an arrangement which lets a person or company, known as the trustee, hold property or assets for the benefit of others, known as the beneficiaries. A ‘testamentary trust’ is a trust established in a Will.
Incorporating a testamentary trust in your will involves the...
South Australia’s state election results in 2018 finally reflected the electorate’s will, but that new-found fairness is already under threat, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
Read the full column here.
Before I was a personal injury lawyer, I was a teacher.
I had always enjoyed helping others and so completing my degree in education seemed like a natural progression for me in terms of career choice.
In my final year of studying teaching, “social justice in education” was my topic of choice for my Honours thesis...
Having a child through Surrogacy is an exciting and stressful time for the Surrogate, the Commissioning Parents and their respective families. People are coming together to bring a new life in to the world and create a new (or extended) family for the Commissioning Parents … but when it comes to Wills and Estate Planning...