Access to Children Overseas

Access to Children Overseas

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If you have a child living outside Australia and you are being denied access by the other parent, we can assist you in making an application to be granted access to your child

Have you been unfairly dismissed?

2 years ago 0 1716

Australia’s unfair dismissal laws are contained in the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) BUT not all employees are covered. Whether you will be protected by the legislation will depend on many things like who is your employer and the type and duration of your employment. If you feel like you have been unfairly dismissed from your employment, our experienced Solicitors are here to help.

Are you considering a business or commercial lease?

2 years ago 0 2000

Are you thinking of leasing a property?
Leases are documents with contractual conditions. Before entering into any lease you need to be aware of your lease’s contract traps BEFORE they jump out and catch you.

Court makes declaration on parental right to discipline children

3 years ago 0 1486

Yesterday in a controversial decision, the Supreme Court of South Australia pronounced that parents do have . Because it is a court of appeal judgement it will have ‘persuasive’ authority across similar matters within Queensland courts In the matter of POLICE v GRAY [2016] SASC 39, dated 21/3/16 the Honourable Justice Peek stated that the original Magistrate hearing the case erred in his approach to the issue of parental correction and misdirected himself as to the relevance and weight of certain matters. Whilst the father asserted that the smacking constituted lawful parental correction of his child in the circumstances where the child had been seriously misbehaving. The leg did not bruise but remained red for two days. The Magistrate found the father guilty of assault when smacking the child 3 times not withstanding it being done as a form of discipline. The court of appeal judge upon examining the case

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New National Domestic Violence Law Review Occurring

4 years ago 0 1497

State and territory leaders are set to agree on a national scheme to help domestic violence victims at today’s Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting. About time we get some consistency in this area.

Litigation Lawyers – help them, help you.

5 years ago 0 1793

When you’ve had a work injury, a motor vehicle accident injury or an injury which you believe was caused by the wrongful act or negligence of another party, you may be entitled to compensation.

However, in most cases, strict time limits apply, so you need to find a litigation lawyer that you can trust to get you the best payout possible. Whilst you’re trying to recover…

Family Lawyers & Mediation

5 years ago 0 1611

Our Family Lawyers can work with a mediator to create positive solutions after the breakdown of a relationship. Read more to see how…

Immigration Appeals & Your Options

5 years ago 0 1643

If you’ve unsuccessfully applied to immigrate to Australia and you’re not sure why you weren’t accepted or what the process to successfully appeal the ruling is you will benefit from hiring one of Alexander Law’s qualified immigration lawyers.

They can guide you through the processes and procedures of tribunal reviews and appeals. You will have two options when choosing to make Australia your..

Clem van der Weegen on 4BC Discussion Panel

5 years ago 0 1792

Our solicitor Clem was a guest on a discussion panel on 4BC on Tuesday 14th October 2014 to discuss the recent issue of a train security guard being hurled with abuse on a suburban Brisbane train by a tyrannic passenger which was videoed and then the video being posted all over social media. Clem discussed the legal implications of distribution of this type of video through social media.  

Alexander Law Conveyancing Advertisements on 4KQ

5 years ago 0 3592

Alexander Law is on 4KQ. Tune in at Breakfast, late morning, afternoon and drive time. Call and we will assist with your conveyancing needs on a Saturday!