McColm Matsinger Lawyers Blog
We know the legal system and our laws are not easy to navigate, so we have prepared some general articles on a variety of law related topics for your information. We have created these articles in the form of blogs to help answer some of the frequently asked questions we get asked. Our aim is to write in easy to read language on legal issues that are relevant to you.
By reading these blogs, we hope that you gain some knowledge to help you identify where you may stand and have an insight into the options that may be available to you. However, these articles are written without a direct understanding of your situation and therefore, are general in nature and provided for educational purposes. They are not specific legal advice. With this in mind, it is import to understand the application of any principles referred to can alter from case to case and accordingly you should seek independent legal advice in respect of your individual circumstances.
We have blogs on a range of subjects and have categorised them for easy reference:
- Conveyancing and Property
- Commercial and Business
- Wills and Estate Planning
- Elder Law, Aged Care and Retirement Villages
The team at McColm Matsinger Lawyers encourages all readers to ensure they seek legal advice for any issue at the earliest possible time, particularly before signing any agreements which will bind you to future legal obligations.
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Additionally if you need more assistance for legal matters, you may find the Queensland Law Society another point of reference.
We welcome your call to identify if we can assist you with your matter. Laws are complex and the advice we provide is always within our areas of expertise.
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The content published in this Blog is in the form of academic papers and the opinions expressed herein are generalised. The information provided is for educational purposes, not specific legal advice.
The application of any principles referred to can alter from case to case and accordingly you should seek independent legal advice in respect of your individual circumstances.