Great news for first home buyers

In what was announced as a ‘win-win’ for those taking their first steps on the property ladder this month, the NSW Government has announced plans to pause stamp duty with the hope of boosting construction amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. What is changing? The threshold for stamp duty on new homes for first home buyers

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Being an advocate for your child with a disability

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  • 29 August 2019

  If you are a parent of a child with a disability, like I am, then you will know that you need to be an advocate for them at all times, when navigating the education system, the medical system, the legal system, the National Disability Insurance Scheme, the social security system…..the list goes on. You

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Protecting your business from your employees

Employees can be both an essential asset of your business and its biggest risk. When employees have contact with your clients or have access to your business processes, know-how and trade secrets, it is essential that you protect your business against employees taking that information with them when they leave, or disclosing it if they

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Family disputes can be avoided with proper documentation - Watkins Tapsell

Can I sue a family member?

Suing a family member can be avoided The saddest types of legal battles are those which involve our family members. People often associate a family dispute with divorce, dividing up the property or working out where the children will live after separation but I’ve noticed another type of matter emerging more often in recent years.

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