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Introduction to family trusts
Imagine if you want a friend to look after your young children if anything were to happen to you. In order to do so, you transfer the legal title of your assets to your friend. Therefore, your friend is now the legal owner of all of the assets. But what is stopping him from breaking his promise and doing what he wants with the assets that are now legally under his name?
I’ve got a Court order for another party to pay me, now what?
So you’ve managed to win your case, and the other party has been ordered by the High Court to pay you $500,000, but now what? If you do not enforce your Court order, then the other party is still unlikely to pay you. There are several ways to force the other party to...
Do I need to get a divorce to divide relationship property?
When people contact me and tell me they want to get a divorce, the first thing I ask them is what is the objective they want to achieve. The reason for this question is that formally dissolving your marriage might not be what you need to do at this moment.