Myths Regarding Domestic Violence and Child Custody Cases
8 May 2018
When most people start families, they do so hoping that the spouse shares their dream of raising a financially and emotionally stable unit. However, differences occur as time goes and in extreme circumstances, relationships between spouses and kids become abusive. Sadly, the authorities are not able to intervene in some of these situations and a lot of innocent children end up suffering in silence. In case you are in a situation where you are feeling helpless over a delayed decision on custody, you need to consider getting a competent family lawyer to handle your case.
Understanding a Public Liability Compensation Claim
26 March 2018
When you've been injured on the job, in a car accident, or while on someone else's property, you want to speak to an attorney right away, as you may be entitled to compensation for medical costs, and may also qualify for long-term benefits, if your injuries are serious and you cannot return to work. To ensure you know your rights if you've been injured on someone else's property, note a few commonly asked questions about public liability compensation claims, so you know when to speak to an attorney and if you have the potential for filing such a claim.
Workplace Accidents: Critical Legal Issues to Consider for Personal Injury Claims
16 February 2018
Workplace injuries are not uncommon, especially in industries such as construction, manufacturing and production. In general, if you sustain personal damage during your professional work, you will experience significant financial losses. You might not be able to work before recovering. So, you will lose your wages. Also, you will need to cover the cost of treatment and rehabilitation of the injury resulting from the unfortunate workplace incident.
If you would like to avoid these losses, you should file a compensation claim with your employer.
Family Law and What It Entails
15 January 2018
Family law encompasses a wide range of legal issues that affect family relations. Australian family law covers issued regarding de facto relationships, marriage, children, property settlement and other related matters. Here is a look at some of the issues covered under this law:
De Facto Relationships
A de facto relationship can be defined as a close relationship between two adults either of the same sex or different sexes who are legally not married, but living together giving one another domestic support and personal care.