Welcome to the April edition of the Garland Waddington newsletter.
With the Easter period over for another year, we are in the busiest time of the year for most people and businesses. Now is a good time to get your affairs in order or tidy up any loose ends prior to the end of the financial year.
Have you seen some our new photos of our team on facebook? If not visit our facebook page to check them out or you can view the profiles of our team and their experience here. There are more new photos to come so ‘watch this space’.
If you have any queries regarding any of the topics raised in any of our newsletter articles or other bulletins, please telephone us or email the solicitor in each article.
Children's care arrangements following separation
What are the options for the care arrangements for children following separation? There is no need to go to court if you can come to an agreement.
Reduced red tape for property agents and auctioneers
Real estate agents, auctioneers and property developers and should be aware of new laws introduced in December 2014 which regulate property occupations and related transactions.
Effective debt collection for business
A statutory demand is a very powerful tool for collecting money that is owed to you. This article sets out the huge benefits in using this as a method of very quickly and effectively collecting a debt.
University of the Sunshine Coast Awards
Garland Waddington proudly sponsors a number of awards given to students at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) Faculty of Arts & Business Awards Ceremony which was held on 15 April 2015.
Congratulations to USC students Laura Ehsman, Stuart Orr, Thomas Hartvigsen, Joseph Hirst and Anita Hill for their awards (pictured with Ken Waddington of Garland Waddington Solicitors).
These students achieved the highest results in Retirement and Superannuation, Tax and Estate Planning, and Property Law.