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2019 Doyle’s Guide Rankings

2019 Doyle’s Guide Rankings

Burke Mead lawyers is proud to announce that Emma Mead has been recognised as Leading Work Injury Compensation Lawyer (Plaintiff) in the 2019 Doyle’s Guide rankings. The Firm overall as also been recognised as a Leading Work Injury Compensation Law (Plaintiff) Firm...

What happens if I get injured playing sport?

What happens if I get injured playing sport?

Each year, over 5 million Australians aged 15 years and over are involved in playing organised sport. Not only is sport a great way to keep the body and mind in shape, it can be a great way to socialise. But what happens if I get injured playing sport? Despite all of...

Keeping the home in the divorce

Keeping the home in the divorce

The difficulties of divorce can be made even more difficult by the uncertainty that comes with who gets to ‘keep’ the home. It’s a difficult question and it is not something that is designed to fit all relationships and families. For most people going through a...

If I work from home am I covered for workers compensation?

If I work from home am I covered for workers compensation?

Working from home is increasingly becoming a reality for many Australian workers. Workers with school aged children or those looking to avoid long commutes to work are beginning to take advantage of their employers flexible working arrangements which allow them to...

What to do when your ex doesn’t follow parental orders

What to do when your ex doesn’t follow parental orders

Family disputes can be long and convoluted process. Settling on final court orders is often costly and at serious emotional and financial cost. When one party doesn’t follow those orders, it can be incredibly distressing and disheartening. If you believe your ex isn’t...

Who gets the family pet?

Who gets the family pet?

Pets are, for many, another member of the family. It is then understandable that when a couple separates, the arrangements for the pets can be a big issue. However, in Australia, there are no “child custody laws” applicable to pets after a separation. Pets and...

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