Family Law Orders can counteract Fake Transactions  Under Section 106B of the Family Law Act, the Family Law Courts have power to set aside, cancel (or restrain) the making of a transaction by a party to proceedings, which is made or proposed to be made to  defeat the interest...

Fraud upon the elderly is becoming more and more widespread and sophisticated. Presently there does not appear to be any unified Australian legislation which protects older people from this type of abuse.   In a 2011 study conducted by the Crime Research Centre of the University of...

Starting or Buying a New Business- Which Structure?   WHAT IS THE BEST LEGAL STRUCTURE FOR A START UP BUSINESS? The importance of getting your structure right when buying or starting up a small business cannot be underestimated.  For example, there are capital gains tax concessions which are...