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As South Australia awakes to day one of Level 5 restrictions, many people with shared care arrangements in place for their children will be wondering if and how handovers will take place during this time.
Under the current directions, there are five main reasons to leave your home namely, undertaking essential work, shopping...
In the sad event of a relationship breakdown, you can’t let the coronavirus and social isolation get in the way of moving forward with your life.
Advice and a helping hand are important at this stressful time, which is why TGB is delighted to extend it’s popular “Coffee with a Family Lawyer” service...
An increasingly common way to get into the property market these days is buying a property with another person. Whilst there are a whole host of reasons as to why you might find yourself buying a property with another, the most common matchups are:
• With a friend or sibling for investment purposes; and
• A mum or dad co-owning...
It was only recently that the Family Court’s Chief Justice William Alstergren warned “anyone including lawyers, who unnecessarily string out disputes will be in his sights as he moves to slash a backlog of cases”…..(The Australian insert date)
The court is cracking down on strategic moves of both lawyers...
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...
Society expects people to behave responsibly when it comes to protecting themselves and others in the face of coronavirus. But governments have far-reaching laws and powers to call upon for the common good, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
Read the full column here.
In a breakthrough for Defence people suffering significant mental illness, Prime Minister Scott Morrison today announced an independent commissioner will be appointed to investigate veteran suicide.
Currently, the suicide rate for ex-servicemen is 18 per cent higher than the broader population and ex-servicewomen are twice...
For separated families who are disputing care arrangements for their children the preparation of a Family Assessment Report by a child psychologist or case worker is often a crucial part of achieving a resolution. A Family Assessment Report, however, should not be considered to predetermine the outcome of the dispute.
A medicinal cannabis oil user has had charges of drug driving dismissed in a court decision that found the MS sufferer was not affected by the drug despite a positive test.
TGB partner Tim White, in his capacity as Law Society of SA president, spoke to The Advertiser about the landmark decision.
Read the full story here.