Here at GQ we believe in sharing our knowledge with others which is why we have created a variety of free downloadable ebooklets for all your legal needs.
Simply click on the links below to download your free copy.
Asset Protection & Residential Care Subsidies
Understand more about protecting your Home using a Trust as well as Enduring Powers of Attorney and more.
Understand more about charities including registration, charitable purpose, compliance and much more.
Understand more about companies by downloading our free booklet. We cover the nature of a company, day to day operations, annual requirements and much more.
Understand more about Employment Law obligations from Employment Agreements through to dispute resolution.
Enduring Powers of Attorney
Understand more about Enduring Powers of Attorney including how it works, why you should consider having one and much more.
Understand more about family Trusts including how they work, why you should consider one and much more.
First Home Buyers Guide
Understand more about purchasing your first home by downloading our free booklet. We cover key aspects of what's involved, and much more.
Flexible Working Arrangements
Learn more about flexible working arrangements including employer's obligations, grounds for refusal & disputes procedures by downloading our free booklet.
Understand more about Franchising including advantages, roles and responsibilities of franchising, and much more.
Health and Safety at Work
Understand more about Health and Safety at work by downloading our free booklet. We cover key aspects of the Act, and much more.
Understand more about visas, residence and citizenship, who needs to apply for residence and much more.
Understand more about protecting your personal planning, including Wills, Trusts and much more.
Wills and Estate Administration
Understand more about Wills and Estates by downloading our free booklet. We cover key aspects of the Act, and much more.
Trusts Act 2019 | FAQs
The Trusts Act 2019 (the Trusts Act) comes into force on 30 January 2021. As a firm with many trust clients, we are eager to ensure that all relevant clients are aware of the new legislation, and importantly, its implications for trustees & trust beneficiaries.