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Compensation for Victims of a Sexual Offence

Compensation for Victims of a Sexual Offence

April is sexual assault awareness month, and it is important to know your rights to compensation if you have been a victim of a sexual offence. Sexual offences in Western Australia are governed by the Criminal Code Compilation Act 1913 (“Criminal Code”). Sexual...

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Probate Explained

Probate Explained

PROBATE ONLINE: Receive Personalised Guidance in Minutes Are you an executor of a Will? Do you know your responsibilities as an executor? Do you know how to seek a grant of probate?  Many people are required to apply for probate at some point in their lives after...

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De Facto Superannuation Splitting

De Facto Superannuation Splitting

FAMILY LAW ONLINE: Click Here for Free, Personalised Information in Minutes Why this new legislation is relevant for women For many years, Western Australian de facto couples have been unable to split or transfer their superannuation following separation. This has led...

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Why every individual needs an Enduring Power of Attorney…

Why every individual needs an Enduring Power of Attorney…

  Why an Enduring Power of Attorney is relevant to you Many people associate the need for an Enduring Power of Attorney (also referred to as an “EPA”) with old age. However, loss of mental capacity can happen to anyone at any age. Every person should have an...

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WorkCover WA – Removal of Statutory Termination Dates

WorkCover WA – Removal of Statutory Termination Dates

A recent legislative change in the Workers Compensation arena has, at last, removed the restrictive statutory timeframe in which injured workers must exercise their Common Law rights. The abolishment of the statutory ‘Termination Date’ has gone a great way to ensuring...

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