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Head Office - Newcastle

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(02) 4904 8000
Address:
1st Floor Charlestown Commercial Centre
29 Smith Street
Charlestown
New South Wales Australia 2290

 

Office - Central Coast

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02 4904 8000
Address:
Zenith Business Centre, Tuggerah Business Park
Suite 7.2, Reliance Drive
Tuggerah
New South Wales Australia 2259

 

Office - Sydney

Phone:
(02) 8076 6002
Address:
Turnbull Hill Lawyers
Level 8, 65 York Street
Sydney
New South Wales Australia 2000
Open Hours:
8:30am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday

 
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Lottery Winnings & Property Settlements - Who gets the winnings?

If you win a lottery, are the lottery winnings an asset that the Family Court should adjust between you and your spouse post separation? The answer is generally “yes”... In the 1995 case of Zyk & Zyk the Full Court reviewed the way that lottery wins were presided upon by the Court. Prior to this case lottery winnings w...

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5 things prospective franchisees should consider when reviewing a Franchise Disclosure Document

Back > Part 1: Franchise Disclosure Documents: Everything You Need to Know 1. Does the franchisor have the knowledge and experience required? You are essentially paying to leverage the franchisor’s knowledge and experience so this is crucial. 2. Has the franchisor been involved in any previous litigation, or are they...

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Franchise Disclosure Documents: Everything You Need to Know

Next > Part 2: 5 things prospective franchisees should consider when reviewing a Franchise Disclosure Document The franchising industry in Australia is regulated by the Franchising Code of Conduct. Part 2 of the Franchising Code contains provisions that make it mandatory for all franchisors to disclose detailed information about...

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Character References: Everything You Need to Know

What is a Character Reference? A character reference is a legal document that describes one person’s opinion of another person's character. Character references are used to assist the Court in their decision making process. Character references are most commonly used in criminal law matters to help the Judge (in the Distr...

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10 Rules for Executives to Follow When Confronted with a Disciplinary Meeting

  Disciplinary meetings can be stressful and demanding for both executive employees and employers. Indeed, many employees have never had to attend a disciplinary meeting and many employers have never had to conduct one. In these circumstances, where one or both parties are inexperienced, it is common for either party to make r...

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