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What is an independent children’s lawyer?

What is an independent children’s lawyer?

In certain family law proceedings, an independent children’s lawyer will be appointed to represent the best interests of your child. Your child will not be able to instruct the ICL nor choose the lawyer they want to represent them during your proceedings.

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What the law says about an employer’s obligation to provide suitable duties after a workplace injury

Worker’s compensation NSW – an employer must provide suitable duties for injured workers in certain circumstances

Workers who have an accepted workers compensation claim in NSW, generally assume that they will return to work on “suitable duties” when possible. But what happens if an employer refuses to offer suitable duties?

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Federal Court finds income protection insurer TAL breached its duty to act with utmost good faith

Federal Court determines insurer acted unfairly in cancelling policy and demanding $24,649.91 from the insured individual

After being diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2014, a woman made a claim on her income protection insurance. Not only was the claim was denied by TAL, but they also cancelled her insurance policy and advised her that she owed them $24,649.91 for a “breach of your duty of good faith”.

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Can my Attorney in my Enduring Power of Attorney receive gifts?

Enduring Power of Attorney and providing gifts to your attorney

Enduring Powers of Attorney allow you to appoint someone to act on your behalf should you be unable to do so. Any transactions with your Enduring Attorney or a relation, business associate or close friend of the attorney including gifts, raises a presumption of undue influence.

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