We have experience at the Australian Taxation Office in Canberra, plus in the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). Useful if you need to maximise your tax deductions, apply for an early release of super, rationalise debt, or get on top of superannuation changes.
For yourself and your family, few things are as important as a properly drafted will. The old adage 'you get what you pay for' applies - a DIY will kit is not good enough. For a low cost, Powers of Attorney and Guardianship provide surety that your wishes will be carried out if you lose capacity.
State-wide, nominate someone to manage their financial affairs if you lose capacity.
A document in which a person nominates someone (an enduring guardian) to make personal, lifestyle and treatment decisions on their behalf, at any time you are unable to make reasonable judgments in respect of matters relating to my person.
Many financial institutions today will require independent legal advice before accepting a guarantor or borrower. For a modest fee, it is important to know your liabilities in such an arrangement.
Upon the finish of a relationship, there is generally physical and financial property to be divided between the parties.
Employing staff can be difficult, with increasing regulation and responsibility. As an employee, you have certain rights, including obtaining fair compensation through Workcover.
Whether for business purposes or in a personal context, proper drafting and is essential. Accurate legal interpretation of such documents can make significant financial and personal difference.
In the event a matter reaches a Court or Tribunal, it is important to follow correct procedure and have professional representation, whether locally or through briefing a barrister.
Mediation and ADR can often be the best, least stressful and most cost-effective method of resolving a dispute, avoiding the need for litigation. Springdale Legal embraces the latest contemporary approaches in this area, with significant experience to ensure you still obtain the best result.
There are two types of restraining orders in Western Australia: Misconduct Restraining Orders (MROs) and Violence Restraining Orders (VROs).
A document in which a person makes decisions about their future medical treatment.