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As this will be the final newsletter for the year, the SPM Law team would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Safe and Happy Christmas.  We thank you for your continued support and look forward to working with you in 2019.

Although still a few weeks away we can advise that our Christmas holiday office closing dates for both Noosa and Cooroy will be from 5.00 pm Friday 21 December 2018 reopening 8.30 am Monday 7 January 2019. 

 

 

LATEST NEWS
CYBER ATTACK on client CYBER ATTACK on client

Attention all clients ( especially conveyancing clients). Please be on high alert – below is an email trail of an attempted cyber attack on one of our clients last week. READ MORE
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Enduring Power of Attorney - Don't wait until it's too late Enduring Power of Attorney - Don't wait until it's too late

An Enduring Power of Attorney is one of the most important documents you will sign in your life - make sure you have one and don't wait. READ MORE
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CASE STUDY
Loans from Parents and Third Parties in Property Settlements
Loans from Parents and Third Parties in Property Settlements

“If I receive a loan from a family member or friend during my marriage does it have to be repaid after separation and who has to pay it? What if I thought it wasn't a loan but a gift?” Property disputes involving a spouse’s parents as a “third party” are becoming increasingly common in family law matters. The Family Law Act gives the court extensive powers to make orders that can alter the rights, property interests and liabilities of third parties
   
2018 - what a great year
2018 - what a great year
2018 - what a great year

It could be argued that the behind the scenes life of SPM Law is just as busy as the day to day workings of our well oiled machine.  The photos below …

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