21 Aug

Tap or Sign? Electronic Signatures and Contracts

In today’s society, most documents used in day-to-day business can now be filled out and signed electronically. The Electronic Transactions (Queensland) Act 2001 (ETA) is the legislation which governs the permitted use of electronic signatures. Although the ETA does not include a comprehensive definition of what constitutes an ‘electronic signature’,…

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14 Aug

How To Help Your Children Cope With Separation and Divorce

Do it for the kids. Separation and divorce are tough on everybody involved, and it can be even harder on children. While adults are often struggling to understand what went wrong, the kids often have no idea why their beloved parents are separating and no longer want to live together.…

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31 Jul

Are Surrogacy Arrangements Legal In Queensland?

Prior to the 1st of June, 2010, surrogacy arrangements were illegal in Queensland. Since that date the laws have changed, leaving couples who can’t conceive free to source a willing surrogate mother to carry their child full term. However, there is one key condition. The surrogate mother cannot receive payment…

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25 Jul

James Noble Law at Business South Bank interview with Charles Noble

 Charles Noble (Brisbane Family Lawyer) at James Noble Law in Brisbane interviewed at the Business Southbank Showcase 2018. One of the key differences between James Noble Law and many of our colleagues at other law firms is our attention toward technology. We offer our clients an easy way to…

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19 Jul

Some Common Misconceptions About Family Law

Family law covers a whole spectrum of situations and legalities, and everyone’s circumstance is a little different. While there are definite laws in place, there are variations on these laws depending on the particular situation they are being applied to. Because the area of family law is so vast, many…

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05 Jul

4 Key Points To Note About Property Settlements

Firstly, what is a property settlement? Put simply, the division of assets when a relationship breaks down, enabling both parties to sever financial and material ties with one another so they can better move on with their lives, requires a property settlement. A property settlement will also include the distribution of…

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29 Jun

We Got Divorced and She Took My Dog

When a relationship ends there is a lot of focus on the pain and strain of separation and divorce, as well as negotiating parenting plans, child visitation rights, and the division of property, assets, and liabilities. Of course, all of these things are extremely important, but what about the pets?…

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21 Jun

What Are “Lifestyle Clauses” When It Comes To Marriage?

The term lifestyle clause has grown in popularity over recent years. It’s something that is trending with first-time newlyweds; as well as those who have walked down the aisle before. So what is a “lifestyle clause”? It’s about locking in a variety of terms and conditions before the big day…

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18 Jun

How To Choose the Best Family Lawyer?

With so many law firms to choose from it can be a difficult process choosing just the right lawyer for your needs. In this post, we’ll note a few things to be mindful of when deciding on the best family law firm for you. Do They Specialise In Family Law?…

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06 Jun

Top Tips for Coping During Separation and Divorce

There are not many moments we’ll encounter in life than can be more stressful and depressing than going through the break down of a romantic relationship. Throw the process of a divorce into the mix and things can become even more confusing and exasperating. Here are a few top tips…

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