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Quick Chat Wills Series – “Appointing a Guardian”
Lawyer Features,Legal Everyday,Personal,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 1 minutesThe Quick Chat series involves a quick talk with a Legally Yours Lawyer for their expert legal advice on topics that matter. This series features Beth Grant from Grant Legal as we discuss topics relevant to Wills. This is the third episode in a five part series that covers – Appointing a Guardian Beth Grant is […]

Quick Chat Divorce & Separation Series -“You have separated, what now?
Divorce and Child Custody,Lawyer Features,Legal Everyday,Personal

Reading Time: 1 minutesThe Quick Chat series involves a quick talk with a Legally Yours Lawyer for their expert legal advice on topics that matter. This series features Monica Blizzard from KHQ Lawyers as we discuss topics relevant to Divorce and Separation. This is the second episode in a four part series that covers – You have separated, […]

Quick Chat Wills Series – “Nominating a executor for your Will”
Lawyer Features,Legal Everyday,Personal,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 1 minutesThe Quick Chat series involves a quick talk with a Legally Yours Lawyer for their expert legal advice on topics that matter. This series features Beth Grant from Grant Legal as we discuss topics relevant to Wills. This is the second episode in a five part series that covers – Nominating a executor for your […]

Is Your #startup Investor Ready?
Business,Business Advice

Reading Time: 1 minutesMany entrepreneurs I work with proudly tell me how much work they’ve undertaken ‘pressure testing’ their business idea, to gain proof of concept and for feeling that their plan is now validated. Many view such validation as, in itself, making their idea investor-ready. That view is wrong. Investors don’t just want a great idea and […]

Quick Chat Divorce & Separation Series – “Are you thinking of separating?”
Divorce and Child Custody,Lawyer Features,Legal Everyday,Personal

Reading Time: 1 minutesThe Quick Chat series involves a quick talk with a Legally Yours Lawyer for their expert legal advice on topics that matter. This series features Monica Blizzard from KHQ Lawyers as we discuss topics relevant to Divorce and Separation. This is the first episode in a four part series that covers – Are you thinking […]

Quick Chat Wills Series – “Why are Wills important?”
Lawyer Features,Legal Everyday,Personal,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 1 minutesThe Quick Chat series involves a quick talk with a Legally Yours Lawyer for their expert legal advice on topics that matter. This series features Beth Grant from Grant Legal as we discuss topics relevant to Wills. This is the first episode in a five part series that covers – Why are Wills important? Beth […]

We need to talk about your IP
Business,Intellectual Property

Reading Time: 3 minutesMany startups are born because they offer a new way of solving an old problem, or simply a more efficient way of doing something. Nearly all innovations or new ideas contain an element of intellectual property (IP). IP can be defined as intangible property that is the result of creativity. This creativity can be legally protected […]

It’s true – time really will kill all (M&A) deals
Business,Business Advice

Reading Time: 2 minutesIt’s long been said that time will kill all deals. That has never been more true. The global uncertainties brought on by the Trump trade war with China and Brexit, coupled with tightening credit conditions in Australia, have started to really bite private business transactions. Often these risks don’t have a direct impact on a particular business. But, […]

Lawyer Feature – Anthony Curtin from Merton Lawyers
Lawyer Features

Reading Time: 1 minutesGet to know Anthony Curtin, from Merton Lawyers Karen Finch, CEO of Legally Yours, recently sat down with Anthony Curtin, from Merton Lawyers.  For more information on Anthony’s legal expertise and what makes him right for the Legally Yours marketplace, watch our quick Q & A video: Need Legal Business advice including, small business requirements, unfair […]

Lawyer Feature – Ty Brierley from BST Legal
Lawyer Features

Reading Time: 1 minutesGet to know Ty Brierley from BST Legal Karen Finch, CEO of Legally Yours, recently sat down with Ty Brierly, Principal Lawyer at BST Legal.  For more information on Ty’s legal expertise and what makes him right for the Legally Yours marketplace, watch our quick Q & A video: Need Legal Business advice including, small […]

Legally Yours hosts a CPD Event – Fixed Fee, Not as Hard as you Think
Events and Photo Gallery

Reading Time: 3 minutesLegally Yours, together with Clarence Workplaces for Solicitors, recently hosted a week of free CPD events on Fixed-Free legal services in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Moderated by Karen Finch, CEO of Legally Yours, our panellist of industry experts and lawyers discussed the meaning of ‘fixed-fee’, its benefits, and its practical implications for the legal industry.  […]

Lawyers in Family Law – Lavina Chan from Winter Lawyer
Family Law,Features,Lawyer Features

Reading Time: 1 minutesKaren Finch, CEO of Legally Yours, recently sat down with Lavina Chan, Principal of Winter Lawyer in Brisbane.   For more information on Lavina’s legal expertise and what makes her right for the Legally Yours marketplace, watch our quick Q & A video. Need a family law mediator in Brisbane? Head to our website at www.legallyyours.com.au and […]

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Quick Chat Wills Series – “Appointing a Guardian”

Reading Time: 1 minutesThe Quick Chat series involves a quick talk with a Legally Yours Lawyer for their expert legal advice on topics that matter. This series features Beth Grant from Grant Legal as we discuss topics relevant to Wills. This is the third episode in a five part series that covers – Appointing a Guardian Beth Grant is […]

Business

Is Your #startup Investor Ready?

Reading Time: 1 minutesMany entrepreneurs I work with proudly tell me how much work they’ve undertaken ‘pressure testing’ their business idea, to gain proof of concept and for feeling that their plan is now validated. Many view such validation as, in itself, making their idea investor-ready. That view is wrong. Investors don’t just want a great idea and […]