4 Things You Should Consider When Choosing a Conveyancer

Posted on: 16 November 2015

Buying a home can be a significant step in your life. While there are a lot of things to think about when moving to a new house, you will also need a lawyer to carry out your conveyancing needs. A conveyancer will take care of the legal process that involves moving and ultimately ensuring that the legal title to the property you're buying is properly passed from your seller. Here are some things you should consider before hiring a conveyancer. [Read More]

Having Second Thoughts About That Divorce? Find Out How You Can Withdraw From A Divorce Process

Posted on: 28 October 2015

Deciding to embark on a divorce process is not easy. It is an emotional process that marks the end of a marriage you have invested a lot into. It is therefore no surprise that sometimes one may develop second thoughts about going through with a divorce. If you should find yourself in such a situation, there are options that you can explore. Below, learn what these options are and how you can take advantage of them. [Read More]

4 Things you should know if you want to set up your own law practice

Posted on: 13 October 2015

Even with a good education, the truth is that going to law school doesn't always guarantee you the career trajectory you have planned out: coming in as an associate in a prestigious firm and working your way up to partner. Therefore, many young lawyers are increasingly considering setting up their own law practices fresh out of law school. If you are one such lawyer, the following tips will help you build a strong practice. [Read More]

Reasons You Should Draw Up a Will

Posted on: 18 September 2015

Generally, people understand that a will is a necessary document that they should have drawn up at some point in their life. Unfortunately, though, the public assumes that they will always have time on their side and thus not make this a priority. As such, there are a significant number of people who will pass away, usually due to unexpected circumstances, and leave their loved ones fighting for the deceased's estate. [Read More]