Contracts and legal documents are a part of our lives. Some of us are more experienced than others when it comes to understanding what a contract or legal document means, and what the consequences of signing it are, or may be.
The short answer is yes. The long answer is depends. If you can get the other parent’s consent to relocate with the child then there is nothing stopping you. In most situations, getting the consent of the other parent can be very difficult. If you have tried to get the other parent’s consent unsuccessfully then you ought to at least attempt family dispute resolution (unless family violence or other limiting exceptions are factors).
Someone once said you shouldn’t mix business with pleasure. Although they probably weren’t talking about taxation, the adage holds true for activities which have the potential to bring in income.
For many, Christmas means travel to experience a white Christmas, uninterrupted relaxation on a tropical island, going on a journey of self-discovery in a far flung part of the world or simply a road trip to catch up with family and friends.
In the recent Budget, the Morrison Government announced its drastic proposal to ban business cash transactions exceeding $10,000. This proposed new legislation, known as the known as the Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill 2019, is, as the Government describes, an attempt to ‘tackle tax evasion and other criminal activity’.
Have you currently been inundated with messages from various international organisations such as Google and Facebook regarding their updates to their privacy policies?