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That’s why as a Melbourne based law firm we pride ourselves on creating a stress-free solution to your legal matters.

We are experienced in creating a stress-free solution to legal matters. With almost 30 years of experience and holding specialist accreditation, Maria Rigoli is leading from the front with a team of strong negotiators who offer a problem solved guarantee for all services.

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Self-Managed Superannuation Funds in Family Law Disputes The rules of compliance for self -managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) are heavy. Many mums and dads who are members or trustees of such funds, are not aware of what they need to comply with, and can make innocent......

Applying for a passport for a child without both parent’s consent An application for an Australian passport for a child has required the consent of both parents. However, for a variety of reasons, sometimes it is not possible to obtain the consent of both parents......

Caveat on Deceased estates Can you lodge a caveat on a deceased’s property after probate has been granted? The purpose of a property caveat is to prevent dealings with a property in dispute.  But it must be founded on legal grounds. A person contesting the......

Changing Parenting Orders – how to change custody orders Variation of Parenting Orders- when can you change them? To set aside, cancel or vary any final parenting order, parties must meet the threshold test. This test is set out in the case of Rice v......

Inheriting debts with assets When someone inherits assets but there is debt attached to it we are often asked are beneficiaries responsible for debts left by the deceased? Do you inherit the debt attached to the asset you are getting from a will? Generally speaking,......

Forcing a sale of jointly owned property in Victoria What do you do if you want to sell a property and the other owner doesn’t?   Can you force a sale of jointly owned property in Victoria? If the parties are married or in a......

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