How to Engage the Children More Effectively When Parents Separate

24 September 2018
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Most well-meaning parents will be horrified if their relationship starts to dissolve, as they have the first interests of the children at heart. If they can see that the outcome is inevitable, they may invariably try to shield the youngsters from most of the detail, as if this will somehow soften the blow. While this may be laudable from an emotional point of view, it may not be the best approach in this situation. Read More 

Importance of a Buy-Sell Agreement in Business Partnerships

1 September 2017
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Various business agreements come in handy when creating, running and terminating a business partnership. Of these, in a business partnership involving several owners with specific obligations, unfortunate events may occur like the death of one of the business owners, divorce or bankruptcy. As a result, this shareholder may end connections with the company. Planning for such eventualities well in advance is important, or else the remaining business owners may face serious business challenges. Read More 

Ask Your Lawyer: How Do You Claim Child Support If Your Ex-Spouse Moves To New Zealand?

8 September 2015
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New Zealand is an increasingly popular destination for Australians looking to emigrate. In fact, in 2014, more people moved to New Zealand from Australian than the other way round for the first time in 24 years. For estranged parents, this type of emigration can become a concern, and you may worry about child support arrangements when an ex-partner moves away. Find out what you can do to protect your child support if a paying parent moves to New Zealand. Read More