– In memory of the special people in our lives who never leave us – even after they are gone – Dan loved entertaining his friends and family and a plate of his grandmother Pacey’s legendary Nutri-grain nibbles were always a special treat saved for Christmas time. You might expect them to be sweet, but …Read More
Posted On: 27 November
Posted On: 4 September
REBECCA PARRY SOLICITOR, QUALIFIED MEDIATOR AND FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTITIONER “Rebecca is very professional and understanding. Her experience in family law gives you confidence and support during a very difficult time. I highly recommend her.” Rebecca has been a Nationally Accredited Mediator since 2015. Rebecca is also a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and Solicitor and …Read More
‘Paddy’ Paddy is Rebecca’s Rottweiler X Shar-pei. He will be 5 years old on the 1st of December this year. Paddy loves an early morning walk around Rebecca’s local neighbourhood smelling all the smells. He is an excellent guard dog and does a wonderful job of scaring away unwanted guests who arrive at Rebecca’s house. …Read More
These tarts are simple, but visually impressive, to serve as a lunchtime dish with friends accompanied by a beetroot salad or a plate of plump, ripe tomatoes. It is the perfect dish for the spring, when local fresh asparagus is starting to appear in the markets. Although it can seem that anything to do with …Read More
When couples separate, the main source of conflict in a family law dispute is often the house and the children. But who gets to keep the dog (or other loved family pet) when a family is divided? According to the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth), pets are considered property in the same way as furniture, …Read More
Posted On: 2 April
We are in the midst of a global pandemic with the share market at an all-time low, our Australian dollar historically low and the property market expected to fall up to 20%. If you are going through a property settlement, you may be increasingly worried about what this means especially where you were perhaps negotiating …Read More
Posted On: 25 September
Print this recipe The filling for these can be used in either a spring roll wrapper (to deep fry), or in a rice paper roll (if you don’t want to deep fry). You can add or replace almost any of these fillings to suit your taste – basically, the filling is stir-fried vegetables, with or …Read More
The relationship between a grandparent and grandchild is often a very special one. Grandparents are an important part of a child’s family and can play a significant role in their upbringing. But what happens when the normal role of a grandparent is disrupted, and even sometimes totally severed, due to a separation or divorce – …Read More
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