COVID-19 | COVID-19 – What will this mean for my parenting arrangements?

The emergence of COVID-19 has been fast and unprecedented.  It’s easy to see how people may become flustered and act hastily in the first flush of confusion and agitation caused by the disruption of work, school, extra-curricular activities and day-to-day life. We’ve provided our top tips for navigating parenting arrangements and keeping child-focused amongst the […]

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Putting your relationship to bed before jumping into another

As the composition of the Australian family continues to evolve and the number of blended families continues to rise, individuals exiting one relationship and entering another should not underestimate the importance of first finalising their financial relationship with their former partners. For many people, the breakdown of a marriage or de facto relationship involves significant […]

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Death tax? How the superannuation changes may lead to your dependants paying more tax

If you intend to leave your superannuation to a dependant (e.g. your spouse, child or children) by way of pension as opposed to a lump sum, then it is critical that you have your estate plan reviewed in light of the government’s superannuation changes commencing on 1 July 2017.   What are the relevant changes? […]

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