Financial impacts of COVID-19 on family law property settlements

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has triggered a domino effect on the world as we knew it, causing many of us to reconsider current and future plans. For those involved in a family law financial property settlement, it presents issues that may now need to be considered or...

COVID-19 Important updates for financially distressed businesses

This material is general in nature and incorporates information regarding proposed or pending legislative changes to address the potential economic and other impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. On 22 March 2020, the Australian Federal Government delivered...

Family Law and co-parenting in difficult times

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought additional stress and uncertainty to many families involved in co-parenting which, by its nature, can be stressful enough. School closures, state and territory border closures, additional pressure on healthcare workers and...

Contractual obligations in the wake of COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) presents numerous challenges for individuals and businesses, amongst them, the legal rights and responsibilities under existing contracts during a pandemic such as this. Parties to a contract that are facing difficulties in meeting their...

Changes to commercial tenancies under COVID-19

The National Cabinet overseeing, inter alia, the regulation of commercial tenancies, has introduced a mandatory code guiding rent relief to tenants in line with the hibernation strategy.  The aim is to see businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic period and provide a...