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It is always a personal choice whether to get the assistance of an Lawyer or to handle the case on your own. This is a personal choice that only you can make. You should consider the seriousness of the charges against you and whether you can successfully handle the case. We are here to help, so call and get a free consultation to see if you need our assistance.
An unfair dismissal in the workplace can occur in a number of ways.
If you were employed by a small business with less than 15 employees, an unfair dismissal can also occur if your employer did not comply with the Small Business Fair Dismissal Code when undertaking the dismissal. A person has also been dismissed unfairly if their position was made redundant, but it was not a genuine redundancy.
A contract is a legally binding agreement in which property‚ goods or services are provided in exchange for something of value‚ such as money. Some common types of contracts into which an individual might enter include:
Contracts are not always written agreements. A verbal agreement may be an enforceable contract. A simple promise, however, is not usually a contract. Many of our day-to-day transactions actually involve a contractual relationship. Certain contracts may be required to be in writing. For example, contracts for the sale of real estate are usually required to be in writing.
Contracts are usually legally binding. Be sure you understand exactly to what you are agreeing. If you have questions, see your lawyer before you sign. If you agree to something which is not in your interest, an attorney may not be able to undo the damage.
Yes. Otherwise the laws of intestacy will apply. This means your assets may be sold to satisfy debts and shared among beneficiaries, or, if there are no relatives, assets may be given to the state government. It may take longer for the administration of your estate to be finalised, reducing its ultimate value. It may also result in assets being passed to people you had not wished to inherit.