Have interest rates fallen considerably since you took out your mortgage? Has your credit score or financial situation improved so you may be eligible for a lower rate? Would you like to access your equity for an investment or renovations? These are all great reasons to...

Common questions about deceased estates and what executors need to do: Many people do not know where to start after the death of a loved one.  Family members or close relatives will often not know where the last will is.  Common questions about how to organise...

Part 1 of Debt Recovery Series   by Maria Rigoli and Damian Ballan CHASING MONEY: THE LETTER OF DEMAND (LOD)  A LOD is sent to a person or organisation who owes you money (the debtor) following your supply to them of goods and services.  The LOD advises the...

Many family law clients come to their lawyers with incorrect assumptions about their rights, and their ex- spouse's rights after separation. Here are some of the most common myths, questions and answers: Myth 1. "If I move out  I lose my entitlement to the house/  I...

  When should you use a mortgage broker? The main difference between a mortgage broker and a single lender (bank) is that the mortgage broker is a free agent that deals with mortgage products of many different types of lenders but is not necessarily aligned with any...