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Separated Parenting in the Pandemic – what the Covid-19 restrictions mean for family law

12-May-2020 Family Law By Simone Green

Contact arrangements The severe and restrictive changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic have been difficult for all but especially hard for separated families. Provided that all family members are well however, the restrictions in New South Wales...

Thinking of buying or selling property during COVID-19? If so, keep these hard learned lessons in mind…

7-May-2020 Fraud and Insolvency,Property By Jamal Bakalian

A recent decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales released on 23 April 2020, Deligiannidou v Sundarjee [2020] NSW SC437, provides us all with a timely reminder that more than ever, we need to be hypervigilant about the clauses in our Contracts...

Feel like you can delay claiming against a Will? Leave it too late and you might miss out

5-May-2020 Estates By Jodie Rodrigues

It is often said that “time is of the essence”. In the case of Choras v Farmakidis [2020] NSWSC 367, Mr Choras learnt just how true that expression is in the Family Provision jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of New South Wales' In New South...

The top 5 things that you need to know as right now if you own a small business

27-March-2020 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

At Streeterlaw we understand that now, more than ever, making wise business choices is crucial for you. We also understand that in the current circumstances the running of your business may not exactly be “business as usual”. Accordingly, we...

What are your obligations as an employer amid the Coronavirus outbreak?

5-March-2020 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

With our Health Ministers preparing to gather to discuss how Australia will formulate its national response to what is being called the ‘global coronavirus pandemic’, Streeterlaw takes this opportunity to remind you of your obligations under the law...

When the dream holiday turns into a nightmare

3-March-2020 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

Holidays are meant to be a wonderfully refreshing break from work to set you up ready to return to back to work with energy and zeal. Sadly, this is not the reality for all… read on to find out your rights if your holiday was soured by a bad...

How to prepare for your first meeting with a Family Lawyer and the benefits of early advice

21-February-2020 Family Law By Simone Green

When a relationship breaks down, emotions can be so overwhelming that planning the next step can become quite challenging. At Streeterlaw, we recognise that seeing a lawyer is a significant step for people in this process and unfortunately often delayed...