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Andrew Bull

Phone: 02 4904 8057

Email: abull@turnbullhill.com.au

Andrew joined Turnbull Hill Lawyers in 2004 as our Human Resources Manager. He has gained extensive management experience in both business operations and human resources throughout his career of 30 years.

Andrew understands the commercial realities of running a business and has partnered with many managers and business owners across various industries to coach and assist them with the implementation of practical workplace relations strategies. He is an integral part of our workplace relations team where his human resources know-how, combined with the legal expertise of our workplace relations lawyers, ensures you receive comprehensive yet very practical advice designed to meet your specific needs.

Andrew has over 20 years experience within a broad range of generalist human resource areas including employee relations, policies and procedures development, industrial relations, occupational health & safety, learning & development, human resource planning, payroll, compensation and benefits administration, succession planning and recruitment. Having worked across all three states on the eastern seaboard of Australia, he has held a number of senior human resources roles in both a generalist and specialist capacity.

Outside of work, Andrew enjoys fishing and spending time on his boat on Lake Macquarie.


Publications

Family Law

Is there an automatic right to family law property settlement after a long relationship?

Since the decisions of Stanford and Bevan, the Family Court has considered a number of cases where it has been argued that even after a long relationship it would not be just and equitable (or fair) to Order that a property settlement occur. The cases above reinforce that when an Order is made for a property settlement under the Family La...

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Paternity Disputes in the Family Court

While it is very rare that there is a dispute about who the mother of a child is, situations do commonly arise before the Family Court concerning the paternity of a child. There are very significant legal and emotional consequences that may follow from a declaration as to parentage. Such matters include and are often linked to application...

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When couples separate, they often have the problem... how do we pay the mortgage?

A separation generally causes major upheaval for both parties and an issue often arises about paying the mortgage.  Some common problems are: the person who leaves the property may not be able to afford to pay the mortgage having already paid rent on new premises, child support and their own living expenses. the pe...

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Can I change my child's surname after separation?

The naming your child is a fundamental right that has been recognised by the United Nations. The Declaration of the Rights of the Child states a 'child shall be entitled from birth to a name and nationality'. It was stated by the Family Court in the case of Chapman v Palmer that an adult may use any name by using of such name and ...

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Don't leave it till the last minute. Divorce before you remarry...it's the law

You may be surprised by the number of people who set a date for their wedding and then suddenly remember that they need to get divorced from their spouse. Getting divorced takes time. Usually 10 to 12 weeks from filing your Application to the issue of the Divorce Order. The first step is that you file an Application. If it is a joint ...

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