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Have you locked in your Private Health Insurance Rebate for 2013 and beyond?
From 1 July 2012, the private health insurance rebate will be means tested.
Australia
22 Jun 2012
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Is Your Will Valid?
Your will must be written and executed correctly to comply with the requirements prescribed under the Succession Act.
Australia
18 Dec 2011
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New Zealand High Court says D&O policy may not be used to fund directors' defence costs
In a recent NZ case directors were prevented from accessing the D&O policy as a charge had been placed by receivers.
Australia
13 Nov 2011
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What happens when divorce splits a business? - Six possible scenarios
Many businesses are founded and run by a husband and wife team. What happens to the business if they divorce?
Australia
21 Jun 2011
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Rights of grandparents and other extended family members to see the children after families separate
The decision of a court about grandparents and extended family members spending regular time with the children after separation or divorce is likely to be influenced by the age of the children and by whether or not a relationship already exists with the children.
Australia
16 May 2011
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Property settlement differences between the breakdown of a de facto relationship and a formal marriage
Whether de facto couples have the same rights as married couples after they break up depends on whether they separated before or after 1 March 2009.
Australia
20 Oct 2010
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The Right To Inspect A Will Without A Court Order And Prior To Probate Being Granted
Since the Succession Act was introduced in NSW, provisions have been in place entitling certain people to inspect Wills. This is the case prior to probate being granted and without a court order. Anyone holding a Will on behalf of a deceased person must promptly and properly comply if there are obligations to provide access to the Will.
Australia
24 Sep 2010
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Dividing The Larger And Smaller Assets Of The Marriage Or Relationship After Divorce Or Break-Up
It is important to obtain a valuation for large assets and to bear in mind any future liability which may attach to them. For the division of smaller assets, it is generally better to agree on a division with your ex-partner whenever possible, avoiding the expense of litigation and professional valuation.
Australia
24 Sep 2010
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Insurance Solutions For Risks In A Business Sale
In the current economic environment, market deterioration has set up attractive buying opportunities, particularly as companies are forced to sell off assets to satisfy debtors and support balance sheets against further market unrest.
Australia
2 Jul 2009
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Pre-Nuptial And Relationship Agreements
Since 2000 couples engaged to be married have been able to enter into what is known as a pre-nuptial agreement.
Australia
26 Jun 2009
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Climate Change And Drought: Protection For Farmers Through Cat Bonds.
I write in response to on article by John Breusch and Marsha Jacobs of the Australian Financial Review on 7 July 2008, titled "Assistance review in drier times".
Australia
15 Sep 2008
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115% Of The Asset Pool - Gollings v Scott
This was a case of a long marriage, the parties having met in 1978 and married in 1986. They separated in 2003, after a marriage of 17 years, and divorced 2 years later.
Australia
29 May 2008
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