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Commercial Law

We can assist you with all aspects of Commercial law, including:

Types of Legal Entities

There are numerous types of legal entities which are capable of entering into legal transactions and running a business.

Shareholders Agreements

A Shareholders’ Agreement can be an invaluable tool in ensuring the future viability of a business, read more in our guide…

Commercial Leases

At Delaney & Delaney, we have extensive experience in acting for both Landlords and Tenants in Commercial Leasing matters.

Commercial Contracts

At Delaney & Delaney, we have a special interest in commercial contracts, including drafting and reviewing contracts, and giving pre-contractual advice.

Buying & Selling a Business

There are a lot of things to consider when buying or selling a business. At Delaney & Delaney we can make sure you address all those considerations.

Family Law

We can assist you with all aspects of Family law, including:

Parenting Plan or Consent Orders?

When parents separate things can feel painful and confusing for children. Separation may mean that the living arrangements of the children need to change so that they can still enjoy meaningful relationships with all those important to them.

Property Settlement

Being married or in a de-facto relationship does not automatically entitle you to an adjustment of property. There are a range of factors that a Court considers when deciding whether an adjustment of property would be just and equitable.

Wills & Estates

We can assist you with all aspects of Wills & Estates, including:

Have you been left out of a Will?

If you discover that you have not been named as a beneficiary in a loved one’s Will, or if you feel like you should be receiving a greater benefit from a loved one’s estate, you may be entitled to make an Application for adequate provision.

Superannuation-Your Biggest Asset

Superannuation is a major asset for many Australians. For self-funded retirees, superannuation is often the second largest asset after the main residence.

What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a document that gives other people authority to make decisions on your behalf. The document only operates while you are alive and
ceases upon your death.

What Is A Will?

A Will is a legal document which outlines how you would like the property
you own at the date of your death (called your “Estate”) distributed following
your death.

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