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Defending a claim against a deceased’s estate

An executor is the person appointed under a Will to oversee administration of the estate of a deceased person. An administrator plays a similar role however is appointed by the Court when a person dies intestate (without a Will) or the appointed executors under the...Read More

Understanding Unfair Dismissal Claims

Unfair dismissal matters can be complex and frustrating for both employers and employees alike.  Since the commencement of the Fair Work Act in 2009, employers have had expanded responsibilities to ensure they correctly terminate employees and more employees are able...Read More

Power of Attorney Abuse

A Power of Attorney is a legal document authorising a person to act for you and make binding decisions on your behalf.  A Power of Attorney is usually prepared: to facilitate and complete transactions when you are unavailable to do so, for example while travelling; to...Read More

Interview questions you can’t ask

An employer’s potential liability for workplace discrimination arises before the first interview and exists whether or not a decision is made to hire a person. A job interview is integral to the recruitment process and provides an opportunity for the employer to ask...Read More