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FOREIGN RESIDENT CAPITAL GAINS WITHHOLDING

There have been changes to the “Foreign Resident Capital Gains Withholding” (“FRCGW”) rules. FRCGW first applied to vendors disposing of certain taxable Australian property under contracts entered into from 1 July 2016.   New rules for FRCGW apply to vendors of certain taxable property under contracts entered into from 1 July 2017. The changes will […]

Posted by Dannielle Ford Wills and Estates

HOW ARE MY DEBTS PAID WHEN I DIE?

It is a common misconception amongst many people that their family will be left to pay their debts when they die. In Australia though, that is not the case. When you die, any debts that you are solely responsible for will be paid out of your estate and/or any insurance policies held by you. If […]

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SUPPORTING FIRST HOME BUYERS

The NSW Government is set to introduce a new package to improve housing affordability for first home buyers. For first home buyers, this package will: Abolish stamp duty on all homes up to $650,000 Give stamp duty relief for homes up to $800,000 Provide a grant of $10,000 for builders of new homes up to […]

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CONVEYANCING BASICS – AM I ELIGIBLE FOR ANY GRANTS?

The NSW Government have several grants available to purchasers in New South Wales. We can let you know if you might be eligible to receive any of these grants. WHAT GRANTS ARE AVAILABLE? FIRST HOME BUYERS If it is a first home purchase of a newly constructed home, or the purchase of a vacant block […]

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CONVEYANCING BASICS – HOW LONG UNTIL I CAN MOVE INTO MY NEW HOME?

You have found the property that you will soon call home. Contracts have been signed by all parties and have been exchanged so the deal is binding on you and the seller. But how long do you have to wait until you can move in? The standard settlement period (that is the time between exchange […]

Posted by Dannielle Ford Criminal Law

IT’S NOT BLACK AND WHITE WHEN IT COMES TO SENDING NUDE PICTURES

Technology is at the forefront of communication in our society. With the evolution of ‘sexting’, we need to take a closer look at what is lawful and what is not. It is often said that once something is on the internet it cannot be erased. This might also leave a permanent record of an offence. […]

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E-CONVEYANCING IS ON THE MOVE

Victor Dominello, the Minister for Finance, Services and Property, has recently announced that by July 2019, all standard property transactions in NSW will be conducted electronically and all Certificates of Title will be phased out in favour of e-Titles. e-Conveyancing provides an option for parties to complete property transactions electronically. PEXA is the organisation which […]

Posted by Dannielle Ford Criminal Law

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF APPROACHED BY THE POLICE?

Being approached by the Police can be nerve racking and can lead innocent people to do silly things. It is important you know your rights if approached by Police Officers in New South Wales. Even if you feel there is no reason for the Police to be talking to you, it is important to stay […]

Posted by Dannielle Ford Family Law

I’VE SEPARATED FROM MY PARTNER. NOW WHAT?

If your relationship has broken down, you might be left with a lot of unanswered questions. The first thing we recommend is to contact an experienced family law solicitor. Aaron Suthers is an Accredited Family Law specialist and has the experience to assist you during this difficult time. When can I get a divorce? If […]

Posted by Dannielle Ford Wills and Estates

But what does it all mean – A Guide to Wills and Estates

Interpreting a Will can be complex because of the legal jargon involved. We have done our best to simplify the terms of our client’s Wills but there are still some essential legal terms. This guide should give you a better understanding of some of the words used in estate planning documents. Administrator An administrator is […]

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