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For decades, Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers have been at the forefront of change. Over the years our work has helped give access to justice to ordinary and marginalised Australians. Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers work for individuals and large and small companies across many industries. Whether we assist you with a workplace dispute, property transaction, commercial advice, or a compensation claim, we’ll complete your work to the highest standard. When it matters, Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers will be by your side.
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Events and Hot Topics
Join us at our next event to hear from exceptional leaders in their fields, such as politics,
law, social justice, the environment, philanthropy, religion & journalism.
Margaret Pomeranz AM - Tuesday Lunchtime SpeakerPublished on 20 Sep 2016
Margaret will be talking to us about the current censorship debate, the world of film festivals, the importance of Australian films for our culture.Read more >
Get those work junkies to take a break - new rules on annual leavePublished on 22 Aug 2016 by Peter Doughman
Annual leave exists for employees to have time out from work, at least yearly, and that is clearly in the interests of both employees and employers. But there are some collateral problems. The entitlement to take 4 weeks annual leave per year has been enshrined in Australian employment law for many years, but that benefit includes the right to be paid on termination of employment the monetary value of all untaken leave at the rate of pay when the employment ends.Read more >
Tying the will maker's hands – testamentary contracts exploredPublished on 23 Aug 2016 by Michael Crowe and Patricia Monemvasitis
It is commonplace in farming communities to hear stories of fathers saying to their sons, “one day all of this will be yours”. However, without considered and appropriate estate planning, this intended result is often not achieved. In addition to having a Will, many farmers incorporate testamentary contracts into their estate plans. These contracts aim to provide certainty for children who farm on land owned by their parents that the land will one day pass to them.Read more >