Divorce Doesn’t Have to be Scary

Taking the first step to begin with a divorce is a decision that doesn’t always come easily. Making choices about your family situation in a time of emotional change can be difficult. If you have children it is important to get legal advice about the arrangements involving your children after…

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Are You Oversharing Your Details Online?

Facebook has recently received some serious heat over its data-sharing practices after third parties accessed the personal data of millions of account holders. Some unlucky users even discovered that Facebook had been tracking and saving their text messages and calls for years. Facebook has argued that it’s privacy settings could…

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Don’s Dynamite – The Winter of Discontent

Winter will soon be upon us and it looks more and more like a ‘Winter of Discontent’. What a surprise to find out that the banks and financial institutions have been acting in a funny way – not that funny though if you’re one of the victims of the inexcusable…

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The Right Stuff

Well, when I speak of the Right Stuff, I’m not speaking the actor Ed Harris or the movie about the astronauts in the Mercury space program. After almost 40 years as a lawyer, Don Gayler knows that having clients who have the Right Stuff is vitally important to not only…

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Team Member Spotlight: Emma Persson

We want you to get to know our staff just as well as we do, so each month we are going to spotlight a member of our team and provide some insight into them! Below are some interesting facts about Emma Persson: 1. What books on your shelf are begging…

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Calling Doctor Google

A recent media release has shown not only the dangers of self-diagnosis of ailments [via Dr Google] but also the exorbitant dollar cost to the community of using the internet to self-diagnose. So why would this be? It doesn’t take too much thought to understand that why we seek medical…

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Are your pets in your Will?

You take the time to search for your new family member – whether you elect to choose a rescue animal or whether you go with a purebred, you will put as much time and effort into picking your pet as you do anything else…..and why not?  They are going to…

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Don’s Dynamite: April 2018

Last month the Dynamite took a somewhat more conservative approach to things current but with all the nonsense now happening around the place it’s just a bit hard to sit back and do nothing, say nothing and put up with what each and every citizen should not have to put…

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Team Member Spotlight: Jocelyn McMahon

We want you to get to know our staff just as well as we do, so each month we are going to spotlight a member of our team and provide some insight into them! Below are some interesting facts about Jocelyn McMahon: 1. What books on your shelf are begging…

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Buyer Beware and the Unpaid Tax Collector

The Commonwealth Government has introduced a Bill into Parliament which will change GST arrangements for buyers of new residential premises. It is expected that the new law will commence from 1 July, 2018. The effect of the new law is that buyers of new residential premises will be required to…

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