SUBURBAN LAWYER OF THE YEAR

Maria Rigoli | Winner 2016 Law Institute of Victoria Awards

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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......

Valuing property in Family Law Settlements Valuing family law assets can be a vague, uncertain and expensive task. There are also different methods to apply depending on the asset eg for contents of a home you do not rely on the insurance replacement value, but......

Social media and family law: The impact on parenting proceedings   One increasingly popular form of evidence in parenting proceedings is that which is obtained via social media. Evidence obtained from sources such as Facebook and Twitter can sometimes provide beneficial (and conversely sometimes very......

Pet Custody Laws in Australia Pet custody cases are rare in the family law courts following a break-up – most of the time lawyers warn their clients not to push the point on the issue of with whom the pet will live. Judges, with backlogs......

Losing a family member or a loved one is an emotionally distressing time for many people; comprehending the thought of never being able to see them again is enough to deal with. When there is a will involved, families can be torn apart in the......