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Why it’s important to formalise family law property settlements

The 2022 decision of Radney & Radney [2022] FedCFamC2F 53, is a timely reminder about the importance of formalising family law property settlements, even where there is agreement and assets have already been divided -…

Your secret is safe with me

The most valuable assets in a business are often its confidential information and its employees. But what happens when an employee leaves and takes confidential information with them? Protection of confidential information must be a…

Motorsport enthusiasts rejoice! The GP is back on in Melbourne

Melbournians and motorsport enthusiasts alike are thrilled that the Australian Grand Prix 2022 is returning to Albert Park this week. KKI has extensive experience advising clients within the motorsport industry, and we’re no strangers to…

Preventing supply chain disputes

Australians are finally enjoying some relief from Covid-19 social restrictions, but major disruptions to supply chains across the globe continue. Since late 2019 we have seen the pandemic cause disruptions across a vast range of…

When do I have to apply for a Director ID?

Last year, we wrote about the introduction of the requirement for Australian directors to have a Director Identification Number (Director ID). This article outlined what a Director ID is, the time frames for when a…

Elder law – What’s the difference between a companion and domestic partner?

Elderly widowed parents are increasingly forming a bond with a companion to have company in later years of life. While companionship is important, especially for seniors, there can be repercussions for your estate planning. We…

Can I register for a .AU direct domain name?

New changes to Australian domain names bring exciting opportunities for businesses to protect their intellectual property and develop a stronger online presence. Last year, we discussed the introduction of the new .au domain licensing rules…

Real estate agents – only licensed in one jurisdiction? No worries!

In exciting news for real estate agents, Consumer Affairs Victoria has announced that Victorian licensed estate agents can now rely on the Automatic Mutual Recognition scheme (‘AMR’) to provide their services in participating jurisdictions outside…

Developers and home buyers can breathe a little easier … but for how long?

The Andrews Government has pulled introducing its next new Victorian property tax to Parliament, on the back of a proposal which would have seen developers funding (in part) the government’s Big Housing Build (being its…

Relationship breakdown? You’ll be taxed for that!

When a marriage or de facto relationship breaks down, it’s never easy. Apart from the obvious emotional challenges, separation and divorce will often result in significant financial challenges, particularly when there is real estate involved….

Australian Vaccination Requirements – a state by state summary

Australia has a high uptake of vaccination to COVID-19, partly due to enforceable public health orders at State level which require classes of workers to be vaccinated if they are to work outside of their…

Busting the myths of Family Law

When it comes to family law issues, it seems that almost everyone has a personal anecdote or piece of advice to share. While given with good intentions, this information can often lead to misconceptions about…