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FAQ'S

FAQ’S

What do I do if I have been injured in a car accident or at work?

“No-win No-fee” agreements in relation to most personal injury claims (conditions apply).
What do I do if I have been injured in a car accident or at work?

  1. Contact Harris Lieberman
  2. Make a list of any witnesses, including their contact details, if known
  3. Gather all relevant documents in your possession

What do I do if I experience a family breakup?

Obtain sound, practical advice from solicitors who understand the sensitivity of Family Law matters.

  1. Contact Harris Lieberman Solicitors
  2. Compile a list of assets & liabilities that you and your partner have an interest in. Gather all supporting documents such as bank statements, mortgage statements and superannuation fund statements.
  3. Prepare a brief chronology outlining significant events and contributions made during the relationship.

What should I do when buying a property?

Obtain sound, practical advice from solicitors who understand all aspects of the conveyancing process.

  1. Contact Harris Lieberman Solicitors
  2. Provide a copy of finance approval (if necessary)
  3. Arrange for pest and building inspections

What should I do when selling a property?

Obtain sound, practical advice from solicitors who understand all aspects of the conveyancing process.

  1. Contact Harris Lieberman Solicitors
  2. Provide copy of latest rates notice

What do I need to consider prior to making or updating my will?

Ensure your affairs will be managed in accordance with your wishes.

  1. Contact Harris Lieberman Solicitors
  2. Consider Executors and Guardians
        Consider who they wish to appoint as Executors and, if necessary, Guardians of young children
  3. Identify legacies and beneficiaries
        Identify all personal assets and who you may need to make provision for whether by way of legacies or as residuary beneficiaries

What should I do if I have been unfairly dismissed?

Contact Harris Lieberman immediately as time restrictions apply.

  1. Contact Harris Lieberman Solicitors
      Claims must be lodged with the Fair Work Commission within 21 days of the termination of your employment.
  2. Gather Documents
  • Your employment contract;The letter notifying you of your termination of your employment
  • Any previous warning letters/notices; and
  • Copies of any employer policies which might be relevant to the termination of your employment

3. Gather Evidence

  • If there are documents which might support your claim – bring them with you.
  • If there are witnesses who might help you – check that they agree with your version of events and would be prepared to make a written statement and give evidence if called upon to do so.