Family Law Articles

Why You Should Get A Legal Health Check – Part 3

Following recent articles posted, and which you can read here, we continue to list some other major areas that a legal health check will cover. Family and Estate Planning and Employees.

Business as Usual… We are still operating remotely

Nevile & Co is here to help you, your business, and your family, during these unprecedented times. We remain committed to providing a high level of service to you, and all our valued clients.
Victorian Government COVID-19 Stage 4 restrictions require us to work remotely. This means that our office at Level 11, 100 Collins Street will close from Thursday 6 August for 6 weeks.
Rest assured that it is business as usual for us.

What there is to know about Power of Attorney

Powers of Attorney allow people of your choice to make decisions on your behalf, and hopefully, in your best interests. It is probably stating the obvious to suggest that you should think carefully about who you wish to entrust with your life and/or financial well-being.

How to avoid STDs or Sexually Transmitted Debt!

For those who have recently exited or been ejected from a relationship (the term depends entirely on which party you are having the discussion with), there is often increased activity with multiple partners, which brings increased risks in many aspects. Absolute protection from risk may be achieved rather drearily by complete abstinence. It is often […]

How to stablilise your wealth

  Very few people find accumulating wealth an easy task, and it comes as no surprise that most of us wish to preserve it as best we can. In this article, I would like to raise a number of issues which may assist in the protection of your wealth, and some tips on how you […]

Is there a need for a Will?

I would like to acquaint you with a few issues relating to the need for a Will.
Wills are not only for those in fear of an imminent demise or those in wedded bliss – or otherwise. They are equally important for singles, and particularly important for those who have just exited a relationship, or are about to contemplate a new relationship, or even serial relationships.
An existing Will becomes void on marriage and a Will made in marriage is not automatically revoked on separation or divorce.

Getting Married ?

    We understand that there is a never-ending list of things to plan before getting married or entering into a lifetime commitment but have you thought about the important legal protections you and your loved one may need?  Our services will help you in every stage of your relationship.  Before starting your journey together, […]

Property division in short-term relationships: Where do you stand?

Property division in short-term relationships: Where do you stand? It was meant to be forever. Turns out forever was closer to 18 months. But it’s not always as simple as calling the removalists and downloading Tinder. Even short-term relationships can lead to complex wrangling over property in the Family Court. But we weren’t married and […]

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