This is the traditional province of lawyers and our team comes with many years of experience and, more importantly, a very high success rate in gaining successful outcomes for our clients across all sectors of law.
If you, or someone you care about, should ever find yourself in the horrifying position of being charged with a criminal offence, the first thing you do is call us. They want. Our difference is our people: people who know the law for people who need the law, and practical legal advice.
We know the law and we know how to apply it to support you. I want.
Here are five tips for improving marital listening skills: Tune out distractions. Learn how your comment data is processed. Jumping to conclusions or looking for the right or wrong in what is being said prevents you from listening. If you do not listen closely to his cues, you will literally end up in deep water!
When you tune your spouse out, you not only hurt them, but you hurt yourself and you damage your marriage. We teach our children to do this when crossing a street, but we need to train ourselves to do this when we listen!
We also represent partners in death claims and have successfully obtained either lump-sum or ongoing payments to ensure financial security. We can give you legal advice and a plan of action up front and guide you through the process and the red tape. Defamation Our team has extensive expertise in this area.
Our expertise includes claims for: Weekly payments Medical expenses Lump-sum payments for non-economic loss Rehabilitation assistance Disputes Agri law At Johnston Withers we recognised early that this area of legal specialisation was long overdue in South Australia and some city lawyers are not always equipped to advise someone from the land and understand their problems.
We can give you legal advice and a plan of action up front and guide you through the process and the red tape. We can also help you claim total and permanent disability benefits from your superannuation or insurance. We believe your lawyer should be a silent business partner — there when you need them to provide advice on a wide range of issues.