March 2018 “The Law and You”
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See the subjects discussed by John and listen to the shows from March 2018 below:
The Law and You – 06 March 2018
- What is the best way to explain the exclusion of a child or reduced provision for a child in a Will?
- Is a child entitled to a copy of their parents Will after the parent passes away and how long does it reasonably take to administer an Estate in New South Wales?
- What is the Council’s liability for a hazard in the street?
- Why would someone who was given a suspended prison term for fraud be allowed out on bail after committing further offences?
- Can I exclude one child from my Will and if so what is the best way to do this?
- In purchasing a business how enforceable is the Restraint of Trade clause contained in the Business Contract?
- Is it sufficient to put in a Contract under the “Encumbrances” section “Refer to Title”?
- How can you make submissions to or contact the Banking Royal Commission which is presently underway?
- What is the difference between blackmail and extortion?
- Threatening to report a crime to the police if someone fails to do something you want is a crime in itself.
The Law and You – 13 March 2018
- How do you get rid of goods that have been left at your property by someone who refuses to come and pick them up?
- How can you get your share out of a real estate property owned with others when the others are refusing to sell or buy you out?
- Who should you approach when you are concerned that an elderly person is not receiving the best care that they should from family?
- What can a Dressmaker do if customers refuse to come in and collect goods that have been altered or repaired?
- How can you deal with a dispute between Attorneys appointed under an Enduring Power of Attorney when they are appointed severally?
- Can you change an Enduring Power of Attorney after the Principal has lost capacity?
- What should someone do to protect future assets when they have separated from their former spouse?
- What steps should a couple take after separating towards divorce and property settlement and do they need a Lawyer to do this?
The Law and You – 20 March 2018
- Can you be charged with drug driving if you are driving whilst on medications prescribed by your doctor?
- What would be the consequences if a person with dementia caused an accident at work due to the consequences of their dementia?
- Who can you have as the beneficiaries for your Superannuation?
- What should a couple who separated in 1996 (and signed an informal Property
- Settlement Agreement at the time) do in relation to their circumstances now?
- What redress do you have when complications arise from hospital treatment?
The Law and You – 27 March 2018
- What to do if your Solicitor doesn’t follow your instructions in preparing your Will;
- How do you deal with building disputes that involve an amount of less than $3,000?
- Why it is a good idea to have more than one Executor appointed;
- Can a Body Corporate enforce a six hour parking limit?
- How to get your money back on tickets when you pay for something that has been cancelled;
- What are the benefits of Testamentary Discretionary Trusts in Estate Planning?
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