Defamation occurs when your character or business reputation is called into question by the publication of a statement about you on the internet, on Facebook or Twitter, in the newspaper, on television or by spoken words to others about you.
Etheringtons Solicitors in North Sydney can help you start your business with a sound business structure that protects you, complies with legal obligations and ensures your contracts, terms and conditions, business leases and more are in your best interests.
Having a Will, writing a Will and making sure your Will represents your wishes is one of the most basic things you can do to prevent family disputes after your passing. Updating an old Will is also important, particularly when your circumstances change.
Whether you are buying, selling or leasing a property, Etheringtons Solicitors can advise and guide you in all aspects of property law. We act for clients for matters in both residential and commercial properties. We are also experienced in acting for clients who may experience property disputes, including disputes involving strata, commercial leases and easements. We also assist in having by-laws registered in strata schemes.
Having to take Court proceedings or being sued is a daunting process. At Etheringtons, we have the expertise and knowledge to assist and guide you properly throughout the process whether it be to a contested hearing or a matter that can be resolved by negotiation. Please see our videos where we discuss issues such as the costs of Court proceedings how we can minimise legal costs, how to know if you have the right solicitor for your case and other issues relevant to Court proceedings.
In addition to our larger practice areas, Etheringtons Solicitors can also advise you in relation to a wide variety of legal issues you may encounter. We can advise in relation to trusts and asset protection and estate planning, and have extensive experience in debt recovery. We also have an in-house Public Notary.
The loss of a family member is always a difficult time, but it can become even more distressing to learn that you have not been included in the family member’s Will. Generally, a person may leave their assets to whomever…