Dealing with family violence during a divorce case or at any other time can be confusing and emotional for everyone involved. Recently, the judges of Australia began consulting a new guide "The National Domestic and Family Violence Bench Book". If you are in the midst of a case involving domestic or family violence, you may be wondering how this new guide may affect you.
1. The guide helps to create consistency.
Thousands of Australians now own and publish their own blogs. Some of these blogs are promotional tools for another part of the business, while other bloggers derive a sizable income from their posts. In either case, bloggers can sometimes infringe on another person's copyright, wittingly or otherwise. Read this article to learn more about the purpose of a cease and desist letter and find out what to do if you receive one of these notifications.
When a person sues their employer and makes a personal injury claim, the injury is more often than not a physical one. Every employer has the responsibility of making their workplace a safe place for employees. But the word "safety" has broad connotations and it does not necessarily only refer to physical safety -- employers also have the responsibility to look after the emotional and psychological safety of employees, and if you encounter something like consistent workplace bullying from an employer that causes you emotional distress, this can definitely be a legitimate reason to seek out a personal injury lawyer and make a claim.
First home buyers have a lot to consider when they are leaping into the real estate market for the first time and buying off the plan brings an additional set of terminology that needs to be learned. Buying off the plan means you are purchasing a home that is not yet built and while your conveyancing lawyer will be taking a close look at your contract, there are some points you need to know before you even enter the contract signing stage.