Publications & Media
9th August, 2018
Quality Legal Advice – SMH – 9th Aug 2018…
4th December, 2015
Life’s inevitable tragedies can have unforseen flow-on effects for small businesses, writes Karina Barrymore.
DEATH, divorce and disease are the biggest threats to Australia’s small and medium-…
23rd September, 2015
Nabil Wahhab (Director) is an Author for CCH Australia – a leading tax and accounting software and business publisher in Tax, Accounting & Financial Planning, Corporate & Business Law, E…
11th September, 2013
Super splitting laws were supposed to make life easier for divorcing clients – but as Nabil Wahhab reports, when they are reviewed in conjunction with binding death nominations, they might just have m…
26th August, 2011
Legislation that will allow the Family Law Court to hear cases that involve bankrupts was re-introduced last month in an effort to simplify proceedings. However, writes Nabil Wahhab, the amendments co…
30th April, 2009
Couples should be aware of new laws relating to de facto relationships, writes Nabil Wahhab.
On March 1, 2009, the new de facto law on relationship break- down took effect in all …
5th November, 2008
Money can be the straw that breaks the back of an already rocky relationship.
“As the financial meltdown plays itself out on the world stage, there’s a quiet crisis building up behind closed doors …
16th February, 2006
Parents are increasingly offering financial assistance to children and their spouses when buying a home. But what happens if the marriage fails? Peter Bobbin and Nabil Wahhab look at the legal implica…
30th August, 2005
New rules make it easier for divorced partners of bankrupts to keep their assets, reports Barbara Drury.
Nabil Wahhab contributes to this Sydney Morning Herald article written by Barbara Drury.
1st August, 2005
Although second and third marriages are now extremely common, if you don’t pay attention to the legal and financial fine print before you dive in again, you could end up with a lot less than you barga…