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The true meaning of ‘special circumstances’ in out of time applications for review
19 July 18
Injured workers often apply out of time for review of insurers’ decisions in statutory workers’ compensation claims on the basis of ‘special circumstances’. But what really constitutes ‘special circumstances’? A recent Court of Appeal decision clarifies the position.
My spouse is cheating on me; what should I do?
19 July 18
Infidelity is one of the most common causes of marriage breakdown. Deciding whether to stay together or separate is a difficult and confronting experience, and there are many support services available to help you. As part of that process, you should also consider obtaining family law advice about your rights and entitlements.

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Gold Coast – Good estate planning is more than just a Will – what happens when it isn’t done properly?
20 July 18
More and more clients have structures and superannuation entitlements, so thinking outside the square of a Will is vital at estate planning time.
Contractor or employee? Time is almost up to get compulsory superannuation right before serious penalties apply
25 July 18
On 24 May 2018, the Government introduced a 12 month superannuation guarantee amnesty. The amnesty provides incentives for businesses to self-correct historical errors in relation to compulsory superannuation.