February 23, 2018

Waiving the right to object to a conflict of interest

Solicitors are often faced with the dilemma of being approached by a potential new client, but because the solicitor or firm has acted for a previous client whose interest may be affected, the solicitor may be unable to act.  There are, however, circumstances where a former client may waive, whether expressly or impliedly, their right to object to the solicitor acting.

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Key Changes to the Family Law Rules

As of 1 March 2018, changes to the Family Law Rules come into effect. We recommend that you review the new rules and update your precedents and practices to reflect them.

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