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Published on: 2 Jun 2014 By ,

Matrimonial Home: Should I stay or should I go?

Clients who are going through a separation often ask me whether it is OK to move out of the matrimonial home before all the issues arising out of their separation have been resolved. Sometimes tensions are high and the client believes some physical distance is required in order to keep the p…

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Published on: 1 Jun 2014 By ,

Wills, trusts and estate planning for people with disabilities and their families

Introduction Families are very familiar with positive planning processes that are focused on helping their child with disabilities to have a good life. You may have had help by many people in your unique situation to develop a good plan: extended family and friends, members of your child’s s…

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Published on: 29 May 2014 By ,

Providing Expert Opinion: be the best witness you can be

Providing expert evidence is an essential part of the legal system, Judges and Juries place significant weight on your opinion. This article outlines the legal duties of an expert and suggests some strategies for making the best presentation in court. Overview The purpose of a trial is to al…

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Published on: 27 May 2014 By

First affidavits, Blue Box funding arbitration

For those interested in the Blue Box funding arbitration, which will decide how much stewards (brand owners) must pay of the annual net $228 million cost under the Waste Diversion Act, here are the affidavits of the witnesses who have already completed their testimony on behalf of the munici…

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