There are various kinds of certificates that can prove your business is registered and valid. One of the most popular of them for overseas use is a certificate of good standing. A certificate of good standing issued by a notary public is a document that proves a business is legally registered and able to operate in Australia. ...read more.
The Treaty (agreement) was drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. It is generally known as the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents. One of the most important documents recognised under the Hague Convention is a Certificate of Good Standing of a Company. ...read more.
Navigating the challenging world of ageing can be difficult for both the elderly and their families. At a time with already heightened emotions, legal matters, property, and finance are the last things on your mind. That is when you may need a Power of Attorney. ...read more.
Whether you’re young and living alone or married with grandchildren, you should be planning for the future and ensuring that your estate and loved ones will be looked after and cared for after you’re gone. Preparing a will and planning your estate can feel overwhelming. That’s why we recommend speaking with a professional to ensure your will is comprehensive and legal. ...read more.