The world of consulting is varied and fascinating, and you need to know about it. Hi, my name is Holly, and I love to write. I have a small business, and I also occasionally consult for people who are getting ready to start a business. If you want tips on consulting or if you simply want to learn about the process, this blog is designed for you. Please explore it, and share the posts with others if you like. In addition to working, I love to read anything I can find, including newspapers, other blogs, classic novels, poetry and even the subtitles on foreign films (hopefully that counts). I hope you like reading my blog!
13 August 2018
If you're planning to move to Australia, you may intend to take a lot of your existing furniture, fittings and possessions and may be considering all your shipment options. You may not be aware, but the government has a very stringent inspection process at every port of entry, as they are looking for any threat to the country's flora and fauna. How can you make sure that you do not fall foul of this inspection, especially as it could cost you a lot of money to rectify?
26 May 2016
Children often go through odd phases during their development, including telling elaborate stories about things that they see or hear. Sometimes these stories can be quite worrying for parents and may make them wonder if their child may have developed paediatric schizophrenia. Here are some things to consider when looking at your child's condition. Is there a family history of schizophrenia? Schizophrenia has a strong heritability, especially for paediatric or childhood-onset schizophrenia, which presents before a child is 12 years old.
9 May 2016
Australian courts seldom change valid wills without legitimate reasons. This means that a will can be challenged by a party or individual only under certain conditions. Which Conditions does a Disputed Will Require? Under all Australian Territory and State law, circumstances for disputing a will are similar. These are: Incorrect execution of the will The will does not adequately provide for the family members The will being executed is not the final will drawn up by the will maker The deceased was unduly influenced at the time of the signing of the final will The understanding or mental capacity of the deceased was inadequate for and at the time of the signing of the will The will was tampered with Can one contest an unclear will?
4 May 2016
Foreclosures and auctions may offer an affordable way to buy a home. However, the cost of acquiring that home may spiral out of control if you do not perform your due diligence before you purchase that home. This article discusses some issues that your conveyancing professional should look into before you close the deal. Is the Home Vacant? Sometimes, a home may be put up for sale at an auction when the previous owner or tenant is still occupying it.
7 December 2015
Building inspections are done to ensure compliance with the law. Various localities put in place regulations that govern how inspections may be carried out. There are various processes involved in building inspections just as there are various types of inspections. Understanding the processes and types of building inspections can help you prepare adequately for them. Foundation Inspections The foundation is one of the core aspects of a building. During the construction process, an inspection for the foundation happens when the excavation has been carried out and before concrete is placed.