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Blogging, Family Law, General / 24.06.2019

Family solicitors from Unified Lawyers are doing a great service to their local constituents. Across the city everyday there are many occasions where a relationship reaches a breaking point and an experienced professional opens their doors to offer their guidance. Their lines of questioning won’t be made at random however, allocating their time wisely to assess what the nature of the case is, how they are feeling, what papers have been signed and more. Let us outline some core questions posed by a solicitor in this setting.   What Is The Nature of Your...

Family, Family Law, General, Law / 17.10.2018

In this day and age, it is not uncommon to see married couples end their relationship and these numbers are only on the rise. While there is nothing necessarily wrong with this, there are certainly some legal implications that come along with ending a relationship and there can be some negative outcomes for those who are not educated on this topic. The trouble is often that people won’t think about what they will do when they separate because they never plan to separate. As this is the case,...

Default, Family, Family Law, General, Law / 21.09.2018

  Clients who have entrusted themselves to family lawyers Sydney have the right to ensure that their legal representative is working in their best interests.   Failure to do so would be grounds for firing, paving the way for a new solicitor from a different firm to take the reigns of a case forward.   To reach this significant juncture, a client must understand what types of behaviour would lead to a scenario that constitutes legal malpractice, a term that speaks to wrongdoing and negligence that is either improper or illegal.   If this example...