Can I execute my Legal Documents and still comply with recent Covid-19 Legislation?

As you will all be aware, the recent outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted the world on a significant scale and continues to feature heavily in headline news, with recommendations and…

Antunes Lawyers business continuity Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As you will all be aware, the recent outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted the world on a significant scale and continues to feature heavily in headline news, with recommendations and…

Can my assets be protected from divorce?

The property settlement process is one of the toughest parts of a separation and it’s important to take care of your interests. You can protect your assets with a personalised, strategised trust – an…

Can I lose my inheritance to my ex in divorce proceedings?

When a marriage or de facto relationship breaks down, the ties between property settlement and divorce can be difficult to disentangle. Many clients approach us asking whether their inheritance may…

What if I die without a will?

Many people are unsure as to when they should consult a professional lawyer to review their will after they have originally made it. The general rule is to review every two to three years or whenever…

Deceased Estates – when should I review my will?

Many people are unsure as to when they should consult a professional lawyer to review their will after they have originally made it. The general rule is to review every two to three years or whenever…

How does Competition and Consumer Law affect me?

Competition and Consumer law is put in place to protect you, your organisation and end consumers from a number of untoward practices in the world of business. Whether you are a consumer or a…

Shareholder Agreements – What Are They And Do I Need One?

A shareholder agreement is probably the last thing on your mind when you set up a company with your friends or members of your family. You may not take it into consideration because you can’t foresee…

New 2019 proposed changes – Amend your family trust deed or pay more land tax and stamp duty

In May 2017 we brought to your attention major legislative changes to the Duties Act 1997 (NSW) and Land Tax Act 1956 (NSW) that would result in your family trust attracting additional stamp duty on…

Divorce – the considerations to make

When marriages break down, it’s a very difficult time for everyone involved. Some people are not aware though of the requirements to file for a divorce – a number of criteria must be fulfilled to…

Choosing the right structure for your business

When setting up a new business, one of the most important things to consider is not the name, but the legal structure. Whether you’ve been in business all your life or just getting started –…

What to consider when buying a business

A business could easily be one of the most expensive purchases of your life – especially if you get it wrong. Much like buying a house, before you commit to anything you should get the foundation and…

One of the largest transactions in the Australian coffee industry

Antunes Lawyers congratulates Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group, and the team involved on the recent acquisition of Bean Alliance, one of the largest transactions in the Australian coffee industry.

New taxes on real estate in your Family Trust

Your new purchase or holding existing real estate in your family trust will attract new taxes under new law unless you amend your trust deed. Your family trust defines the class of beneficiaries…

Margaret Antunes on future growth announces Tim Arvanitis as Partner

Since 1986, I began the journey, focused on establishing a firm which strove for excellence and putting the client at the centre of everything done at the practice to deliver innovative solutions.…