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Criminal Law: Understanding Your Right

Hello, my name is Wendy. Last year, I got my first taste of Australian law when I was accused of a serious crime. I run my own business and one day, the place was raided by the police who were investigating alleged financial fraud. I was taken in for questioning and then released on bail. I was really worried but then I found a great criminal lawyer who explained what was going on and how I could defend myself. When the case finally came to court, my lawyer was ace and all charges were eventually dropped against me. I hope my blog is useful.

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Nobody enters into a marriage with the assumption that it will end in divorce. However, when you take into consideration the staggering numbers of relationships that eventually break down, it is always best to prepare for the unexpected. The complexities of divorce are compounded by an array of factors, which is why it is still prudent to hire a family law solicitor to guide you through the process. And one of the most frequently asked questions by couples who are going through a divorce is who will get what when the property has to be divvied up? Read More 

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People who live in Australia tend to be quite global in their outlook, probably due to the fact that the continent is so far away from the traditional, Western world. Maybe it's also got something to do with their nomadic ancestors, who would often seek to establish a footprint in other countries as well. When you join their league and diversify, the purchase of a property overseas can be an exciting proposition, but it can lead to complications in later life when it comes to settlement of the estate. Read More 

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You have conducted a market search, found the house of your dreams and established that the home is within your budget. You approach a financier, apply for a mortgage loan, and are waiting for approval so that you can close on the property and start the process of moving in. As you wait for the bank to approve your loan, there are a few things that can stall the purchase process and delay closing on your new house. Read More