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Online Services – Now Available!

Online Services – Now Available!

Here at Caldwell Martin Cox, we are constantly looking at ways to be innovative, ahead of our competition, and to provide our clients with as many legal tools to assist as we can. After a lot of research, training and testing, we are thrilled to be able to offer our...

How much will that coffee cost you?

How much will that coffee cost you?

Looking forward to your first coffee of the day? Be careful drinking it while you're driving to work. Although the NSW road laws don't specifically prohibit you from eating or drinking while you're driving, if those habits impact your driving ability, you can be fined...

Death: It takes all of us

Death: It takes all of us

The topic of death is a difficult one that many people feel uncomfortable talking about. Very often we feel ill-equipped to support loved ones in this situation. August is Dying To Know Day month and is designed to promote conversation and awareness about how we can...

Executors Beware!

Executors Beware!

Executors Beware! It would seem that the Australian Taxation Office has its sights set on executors relating to capital gains tax for estates. In our latest article in The District Reporter, we discuss this in detail and the pitfalls to look out for.

Staff Spotlight – Jemma Thompson

Staff Spotlight – Jemma Thompson

This month we're spotlighting Jemma, litigation secretary at our Camden office, and our own Pocket Rocket. Jemma regularly competes in triathlons and long distance runs throughout New South Wales and frequently wins them! Earlier this year she beat out hundreds of...

Fines You Never Knew Existed

Fines You Never Knew Existed

This month we're spotlighting Jemma, litigation secretary at our Camden office, and our own Pocket Rocket. Jemma regularly competes in triathlons and long distance runs throughout New South Wales and frequently wins them! Earlier this year she beat out hundreds of...

AVO’s – police called – what next?

AVO’s – police called – what next?

Drugs may not leave a person's system for quite some time after consumption, and a person may not realise that a drug is in fact in their system when they decide to drive and therefore, never contemplate the consequences. Read all about what "drug driving" means in...

Five essentials for positive cash flow

Five essentials for positive cash flow

Family lawyers across the country have been waiting with interest on the outcome of this High Court case. The situation faced by the litigants is increasingly common in our society - the man donated his sperm to friends, a lesbian couple, so they could have a child....

The on-going battle to keep our roads safe

The on-going battle to keep our roads safe

Applying for a Good Behaviour Licence may seem like a good idea if you reach or exceed the total number of points allowable on your unrestricted licence. But there can be a catch, and you're stuck with the consequences. In our latest article in The District Reporter,...

Your Right to Silence

Your Right to Silence

AVO's - police called - what next? In our latest article in The District Reporter, read about what to expect when you call the police, from the moment you make the call, through to the court process.