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Its been exactly two month's since SPM Law began our work from home adventures and we are delighted to report that all is running smoothly. With restrictions starting to lift we are looking to the future and planning our return to the office.  If you are interested in what that will look like please see more details in article below.

The big news of the week has been the QLD Government Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grants -  these will be "granted" on a first in first serve basis and as of this morning at 8am 60% had been applied for. APPLY TODAY!!  Further details are supplied in this newsletter. 

A reminder that even though most of the team are working from home our contact details haven't changed.  We encourage you to continue to call us through reception 5440 4800 where we will connect you with your solicitor.  We are still here to help.

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