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Have you been Unfairly Dismissed?

Unfair Dismissal occurs when an employer has performed an adverse action against an employee. An adverse action can occur when the employee is dismissed from their job in an unjust or unreasonable manner.  There is legislation that employees can rely upon when an adverse action has occurred. Specifically, this legislation is referred to as the

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Changes to Enduring Guardians – Restrictive Practices

An enduring guardian serves as a designated decision-maker for an individual who becomes incapacitated due to illness, injury, or disability and is unable to make personal or health care choices. This guardian, appointed through a legal document known as an enduring guardianship, holds the authority to make critical decisions concerning the appointor’s health care, living

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The Importance of a Revocation Clause in your Will

When it comes to Estate planning, creating a Will is a crucial step in ensuring your assets are distributed according to your wishes after you’re gone.  However, what many people may not realise is the significance of including a specific revocation clause in their Will. Life is unpredictable and your circumstances may change over time.

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Are you complying with the new minimum wages?

Fair Work Commission Annual Wage Review Each year, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) conducts a wage review of minimum and award wages. On 2 June 2023, the FWC handed down its Annual Wage Review 2022–23. In making its decision, the FWC cited the current combination of economic factors including low unemployment, falling “real” wages and

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Franchising Update – Franchisor Information Statement

The Government has recently made changes to the franchising rules. The most important update for Franchisor’s to be aware of is that concerning updated the Information Statement for Prospective Franchisees. In particular, Franchisors must now give the updated Information Statement to anyone interested in becoming a franchisee: No later than 7 days after they express

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Selling Your Business ‘After The Deal’ – Things to Consider After the Deal Is Done

When a business is sold and the sale is completed, the deal is not quite over. Often the sale agreement may contemplate ongoing obligations and in addition to these items, a Seller needs to tidy up their affairs post sale.  Some of the more common post settlement matters that a Seller needs to consider include:

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