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Legal Assistance for Injured Workers

 Did you know that for the past few years an injured worker has usually been required to pay their own workers' compensation legal fees regardless of whether or not they are successful in a claim?The Government has now introduced the Workers' Compensation Independent...

Step Up! For Down Syndrome

We were lucky to see a beautiful Spring day on Sunday, 17 September 2017, which had the CMC Team volunteering at the Step Up! For Down Syndrome charity walk in Picton Botanic Gardens. Our volunteers, together with participants of the charity walk, partook in various...

Is a Diamond Really Forever?

 It is not uncommon for people to separate during an engagement period before they get married. It then begs the question, who keeps the engagement ring? Does the recipient have to return it to the donor?Whilst you cannot sue a former fiancé for Breach of Promise in...

New laws surrounding ‘Revenge Porn’

New South Wales has joined Victoria and South Australia in making it a criminal offence to share sexual images of a person without their consent.  The legislation has passed both houses of Parliament but has not yet commenced.  The recording and the distributing of...

Surrogacy Disputes in Same-Sex Cases

  Surrogacy agreements are becoming more and more common, but each state has different laws about the validity of such arrangements, particularly when it comes to international agreements.  An interesting case has come out of the Family Court of Western Australia in...

CMC welcomes a new Family Law Solicitor!

We would like to welcome our newest member to the CMC team – Jacqui Navin!Jacqui is a solicitor who will be working from our Picton office, specialising in Family Law. Prior to Joining CMC, Jacqui practiced as a solicitor in one of Australia's leading specialist...

Confessions of a Young Lawyer

Jillaine Duve, Senior Associate of Caldwell Martin Cox, donated her time and talents last Friday, 14 July to assist as a panel member for the 'Confessions of a Young Lawyer' event, hosted by the Macarthur Law Society. The event gathered experienced legal practitioners...

New Addition to the CMC Team!

We would like to welcome Jemma to Caldwell Martin Cox.Jemma will be based at our Camden Office, supporting Geoff Lloyd with his matters in the area of Litigation, Criminal and Employment Law.We are happy to welcome Jemma as part of the CMC team!{igallery...

25 years the in legal profession

The staff at CMC congratulate Bill McGookin and Geoff Lloyd for each notching up 25 years in the legal profession in New South Wales. Their achievement was celebrated at a Macarthur Law Society dinner on 12 May 2017 which was attended by the Attorney-General for NSW,...

CMC Hosts ACRF Community Wills Day

CMC were proud to host the Community Wills Day for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) on Wednesday 3 May 2017.Clients made a $75 donation to the ACRF and CMC donated 6 solicitors as a free service in taking instructions and preparing these Wills. Lance...

CMC takes part in the IlluminARTE Festival

Caldwell Martin Cox has had an office in Picton since 1951 so we were proud to be a part of this year's Illuminarte Festival on Saturday, 29 April. The Festival incorporates street entertainers, business displays, food stalls, charity stands and singers and bands on...

CMC sponsors the 2017 Camden Show

The Camden Show celebrated its 131st year in 2017 and Caldwell Martin Cox was proud once again to be a sponsor of this fantastic family event.  Held over 2 days on 31 March and 1 April, the Show attracted more than 20,000 visitors who came for the rides, the rodeo,...

New appointments to the CMC Team

We would like to welcome Bradley Smith and Melissa Kolster to Caldwell Martin Cox.Brad is a solicitor with over 20 years of experience in a broad range of legal matters – including running his own law firm at Jindabyne for 16 years. He is based at our Picton Office...

Do you need to write or update your Will?

Caldwell Martin Cox are proudly taking part in the Australian Cancer Research Foundation's Community Will Day on Wednesday, 3 May 2017.   Our solicitors will be preparing or updating simple Wills at a cost of $75, which will be donated to cancer research.Don't miss...