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4 Important Considerations for Building a Succession Plan for Your Family Business

April 28, 2021

With such a large percentage of Australian businesses being owned and operated by families, it is no surprise that we hear a lot of stories from clients about complications that have arisen when it is time for the owner/operator to move on from the business. The reality is some discussions about the future of a family business can lead to unwanted tension and, in some cases, endanger the future of the business.

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3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Updating Your Will Following Separation

February 15, 2021

What does separation mean for your Will? It is no surprise that we get asked this question a lot. In 2018, nearly 50,000 divorces were granted in Australia equalling over 42% of the total number of marriages registered that same year. While there is a lot to consider when you’re in the throes of separation, your Will and Enduring Power of Attorney is something you shouldn’t forget about.

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How the 2020 Budget Might Affect You as a Business Owner or an Employee

October 23, 2020

We sat down with Francis Rigby of Financial Advice Matters to discuss the ins and outs of this Federal Government Budget and how it will affect everyday Australians as well as business owners.

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Do I still need a Will in a de facto relationship?

May 18, 2020

If you or someone you care about is in a de facto relationship, it is very important to consider how assets, business, property, and estate may or may not be protected.

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Changes to Paper Certificates of Title

June 18, 2019

Do you currently own land or property in Queensland? There have recently been changes to the rules that surround Certificates of Title by the Land Registry.

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Updating your Will

September 13, 2018

One of the most important factors when protecting your family is ensuring you have an up-to-date Will. Not only does life evolve, but there are some circumstances in which your Will might be revoked or ineffective and you will need to prepare a new one.

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Protect Your Kids By Securing Their Device

August 2, 2018

Hands up if you have a kid with access to a device! With so much access to everything at their fingertips, it can be hard to know what your kids are seeing and doing. So, if you want a little peace of mind, there are a few things you can do before they start swiping and scrolling away. Whether your kids have an Android or an Apple device, take a moment to get to know their device so you are better equipped to monitor their activity. Enabling specific restrictions doesn’t limit them from the benefits of their devices, it just allows them to use them more safely (and gives YOU a little peace of mind).

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What to do if an Airbnb host cancels your booking

June 25, 2018

Booking a holiday soon? Airbnb can be a great option whether booking an entire home or just a room, but there is always a chance your booking could get cancelled; in fact, it is the TOP complaint on their website.

Frustrating and inconvenient as it might be, you have two options…

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The Great Escape – The Best Aussie Road Trips

August 14, 2017

Here at Brandon and Gullo Lawyers we love to see what our great country has to offer. Being based on the Sunshine Coast and Innisfail, we are familiar with the beauty of the north and southeast Queensland coast, but the rest of Australia has just as much to offer! Why not check out what marvels are in our own backyard with these great driving trips?

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Travelling this year? Don’t forget…

July 31, 2015

I love a good travel blog. They are often filled with so much great advice and information on what to do at your desired destination.

However, what many of these travel blogs fail to give you is the list of ‘what not to forget’ in case something goes wrong! Here’s a list of some things that may save you some trouble or expensive legal bills, should the unexpected occur.

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