How to Reduce Workplace Bullying and Stay on the Right Side of the Law

Posted on: 2 July 2017

Bullying can be detrimental to the health and happiness of your workers, but under new Safe Work Australia guidelines, it can also be illegal. As an employer, you're likely wondering what you can do to deter bullying and keep your commercial enterprise on the right side of the law. Understand Bullying Bullying can be comprised of a myriad of activities. It may include abusive language, humiliation, unjustified complaints or even practical jokes.
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Why You Need to Be Careful with Your Paperwork When Approaching End of Life

Posted on: 23 February 2017

How often have you heard the phrase – "that's not worth the paper it's written on." Frequently, that type of generic phrase is not accurate, but you could definitely say that one particular piece of paper is very valuable when it comes to your will and your estate. What is this, and why should you be so concerned? Creating the Important Documents Most people understand the importance of creating a will in order to make sure that the people who succeed them are taken care of and that their assets go where they want them.
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Why A Windfall Can Be a Two Edged Sword for Separating Couples

Posted on: 21 February 2017

Money can often be at the root of arguments between couples. In many cases, it can be the basis for separation and can lead to significant dispute through the legal system, in order to try and decide "who gets what." While this type of procedure can be long-winded and complicated just by itself, the waters can be muddied even more when some kind of windfall comes into the picture. How does the legal system view this and what do you need to know?
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4 Tips to Expedite the Conveyance Process

Posted on: 21 February 2017

Are you a first-time homebuyer? Read on and discover some helpful tips that you can use to make the conveyance process move faster so that you take possession of the home quickly. Ask the Lender to Speed Up Some mortgage lenders may take long to mail the needed documents to conveyance attorneys. This delay can slow down the conveyance process to the extent that a buyer may incur a surcharge for not completing the process within the time agreed with the seller.
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