Our Courts and COVID19 – What You Should Know

By now we are sure that this “repeat offender” (COVID-19) doesn’t need any formal  introduction, so let’s jump straight into it.    Here is a quick guide on what to expect with the Court processes during this pandemic or at the very least until further notices are provided.  Several measures have been created in relation to criminal matters which include:  ...

Christmas : A time of joy for all children….but not always.

They say Christmas brings families together but it is a harsh reality that some families are spending their first Christmas in a different arrangement due to a divorce. Even though both parents may want to spend Christmas with their children make sure not to be hasty and ignore the arrangements...

Your personal assets could be at risk….

It has been a difficult year for everyone. The damage caused to small businesses and sole traders, has been significant. However, failure to understand how to risk manage your businesses could be exposing not just your business but your personal assets as well. Upcoming changes to insolvency laws could have...

COVID19 & PARENTING PLANS:

The Goal Is to Always Do What Is in The Best Interest of The Child Divorce, custody battles, court appearances, lawyers, division of assets, unhappy children and the list goes on.  You would think it could not get any worse.  Then comes along COVID19 and border closures. Current times are...