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DP O’Keefe Macquarie Law is a legal office in Dubbo NSW Australia.

Dan O’Keefe is an experienced solicitor, accredited business law specialist, mediator and notary public.

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We are OPEN & propose to remain open & available as much as possible

Some of the legal services we provide are essential. For instance, sales and purchases still need to go ahead.

We follow recommended health protocols. Please telephone or email us first if you have any concerns.

We need to behave and think differently in these extraordinary times. While maintaining social distance and good hygiene we try to stay connected, reach out to those isolated and work together as a community.

Elderly ladyElder law information

Catherine Henry Lawyers in Newcastle have put together some useful information on elder law. They have a blog podcasts and a newsletter they will email to you.

(Elder law blog with case examples)

(Catherine Henry Lawyers elder law page)

Charities & not-for-profits - What's happening?Families

Brigid Cowling in an article for the Tax Institute pointed out some challenges.

(See TaxVine newsletter 23 April 2021)

BuildingHomeBuilder extended

"The Federal Government is extending the construction commencement requirement for the successful HomeBuilder program from six months to 18 months.

The extension will only apply to existing applicants and provide an additional 12 months to commence construction from the date that the building contract was signed. All applicants who signed contracts during the HomeBuilder eligibility period between 4 June 2020 and 31 March 2021 will have this extension applied to them."

(NSW Law Society)

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