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SECTION 60AA OF THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT 1987
It is now over 20 years since the Federal Government first made it compulsory for every employed worker in Australia to contribute to a superannuation fund. As a result superannuation is often now the most significant asset of many families, after the family home.
It is now in excess of 18 months since the Premier of this State announced on 19 June 2012 that his Government intended to make significant changes to the New South Wales Workers Compensation scheme.
When most people think about family law parenting matters, they imagine a mother and a father in dispute about the care and welfare of their child or children. But if you are someone who is concerned about the care, welfare and development of a child, then you may also be able to play a role in parenting proceedings.
One of the most common fears and misconceptions surrounding the family law system today is that every separating couple has to attend a Court to finalise their divorce, divide their assets, and make arrangements for where the children will live and how much time they will spend with each parent. Thankfully, there are other options available for couples.
At Lamrocks, we understand how important your purchase is to you and we work hard on your behalf to ensure everything runs according to plan. We have the knowledge, skills and experience to identify any potential issues before they become a problem and we make sure you understand your rights and obligations every step of the way.
We help you to understand the importance of having a valid Will and consider the benefits of additional protection in the form of a Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship.
Following a separation, there will often be issues to work out concerning the property settlement which may include assets such as the family home, any investment properties, shares, cars, furnishings and superannuation. How can couples go about negotiating an agreement?