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Mitchells Solicitors delivers quality advice, friendly service and thorough solutions to your legal problems. The firm has expertise in particular areas of law, most significantly in the areas of wills, trusts, estate disputes and litigation, family law, elder law, the law for disabled children and adults, and property and conveyancing.
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Co-ownership is one way young Australian singles are able to buy property as house prices continue to rise in most parts of the country. Buying your own home is a dream that is fast becoming unattainable for young Australians, especially those who are single. While couples traditionally pool their incomes and resources in order to[…]
Unfortunately, dishonest real estate agents exist, and their conduct can have devastating consequences for their victims. But there are ways in which you can protect yourself from dishonest real estate agents. Dishonest Real Estate Agents: Stealing From Trust Funds In Melbourne, a real estate agent has been jailed for more than three years for misappropriating[…]
Estate planning mistakes usually arise due to a lack of information. Did you know that over 40% of Australians die without a will? What they leave behind is often chaos that their loved ones must clean up. Family conflict, confusion and mistakes arise when people aren’t sure what the deceased wanted, and particularly if they[…]
If you’re considering a divorce, or currently going through a divorce, you may be wondering whether you’ll have to pay spouse maintenance to your ex-spouse. Spouse maintenance is financial support paid by a party to a marriage to their former husband or wife in circumstances where they are unable to adequately support themselves. In the[…]
Do you have the freedom to leave your estate to charity, rather than your own children? You may be surprised to hear that the law imposes a moral obligation on you to adequately provide for certain poeple – usually your spouse and children, at least – before you decide to leave your estate to charity.[…]
When we think about dying, we may think about the people we will leave behind or to whom we’d like to leave our assets. But do you ever think about what happens to your digital assets when you die? All of us have a digital life – our Facebook account, our email address, our online[…]
As divorce becomes more common, the question about the wellbeing of the children of divorce often arises. Research completed over the lifetimes of children selected for a study more clearly represents how divorce impacts children in the long term. It seems that examining the whole-of-life impact of divorce on children has produced very interesting information[…]
How can you protect yourself from real estate fraud? Can someone sell your house without you knowing that it’s even happened? Real Estate Fraud in the Suburbs Recently a house in the Canberra suburb of Macgregor was offloaded through a South African-based real estate scam without the owner’s knowledge. The owners, who are based overseas,[…]
Often family fights and resentments can be continued on even after death, with parents deciding to disinherit their children. Families are often complicated and fragile. Parents don’t always get on with their children, and often arguments and grudges can be carried on by family members for years – sometimes without ever resolving. When a[…]
Two new studies have identified your risk of divorce could be based upon findings: the seasons, and whether you consume pornography. A new US study suggests that your risk of divorce rises just after the two major holiday periods. A study from the University of Washington has found there are two peak divorce periods each year: after[…]